The Things Conference kicks off to 5 days of virtual workshops , talks, booths and demos about all things related to LoRaWAN with Seeed having its own virtual booth.
Seeed IIoT product SenseCAP series were exhibited at the 1st World Digital Agriculture Conference & the 19th Guangdong Seed Expo.
Through Destination LoRaWAN, industry leaders from inside and outside of the LoRa Alliance® ecosystem will demonstrate the power LoRaWAN has to affect change in the world today.
Seeed Partners with OPEN in the Global IoT Education Initiative to Promote Global Sustainable Agriculture
Seeed is honoured to join the partnership with OPEN (One Planet Education Network) in the global IoT education initiative that aims at bringing the next-generation technologies into classrooms and communities, guiding the students and community residents to learn and solve the real-world challenges.
This is a guest blog written by Han Wei, the IoT Tech Specialist of our partner – the MIE Industrial SDN BHD in Malaysia.
To connect The Things Indoor Gateway with LoRaWAN SenseCAP sensors for both indoor and outdoor applications simultaneously to meet your IoT scenarios, here to show you the overall set-up process.
Kinghoo AgroTech, a livestock corporation, chose to apply the great performed Seeed SenseCAP Wireless LoRaWAN series of sensors and gateways to assist the IoT solutions for its poultry farms and livestock farms by detecting the environmental changes by the preset interval.
Seeed SenseCAP Industrial IoT product category includes both hardware and software services to meet customers’ demand in different industrial IoT scenarios.
SenseCAP has recently been certified with LoRaWAN™ certification and it is now listed on the LoRa Alliance certificated products page.
LoRa is a long-range and lower-power wireless communication system providing attractive features that are critical for application in Industrial IoT.
Deploying IoT devices can be very simple! We will show you how via the example of deploying SenseCAP LoRaWAN devices with ease!
What kind of wireless communication method would you normally choose when building an IoT project?