IRNAS has been actively involved in environmental and animal conservation since its founding in 2014. Last year, we have been working with Smart Parks to develop a modular LoRaWAN® GPS tracker for use as a collar payload on wildlife like Lions, Wisents, Elephants and also park rangers and vehicles.
Building a solution that will work in 2040 is entirely feasible today with technologies and solutions currently available. To enable such a long lifetime from the communication perspective, a suitable technology must be chosen and the whole solution must be very rigorously tested.
We are excited to start the year by embarking on an IRNAS Eurotour 2020 with a series of events, presenting IoT, wireless optical and applied products we have been working on with our partners. We start this week in Amsterdam at a LoRaWAN event The
We collaborate with a global connectivity provider Lacuna Space to design, develop and test IoT devices that use LoRa®, now considered the de facto standard for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN). The devices will be deployed by Lacuna Space in its field trials in
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