LPWAN devices and wireless RF technology is making it easy and economical to retrofit nearly any existing home, apartment or other structure with energy saving smart building systems. Designed to support robust, long-range wireless communications where Wi-Fi, ZigBee and other wireless technologies cannot.
LPWAN Technology was created specifically for applications that require competitively priced products to deliver extraordinary performance, reliability and service life. In this case, it embeds wireless sensors in a smart building so it can be remotely managed through LoRa-based gateways or public NB-IoT network.
The smart home is equipped with a central control hub that communicates with embedded wireless sensors to relay data to smart thermostats, wireless sensors and lighting controllers. The home’s NETOP LPWAN-enabled smart thermostats can run pre-programmed energy saving schedules that allow an area to use less heating or cooling during times they are not expected to be occupied.
A smart outlet, which allows users to turn electronic and electrical devices (i.e. lamps, water heaters, humidifiers, water dispensers, etc) on-or-off remotely or on a prefixed schedule in order to conserve energy and maximize savings.
LPWAN-enabled wireless sensors share their real-time measurements with a Cloud-based application that looks for patterns indicating a leak, broken pipe or other water-related problem. If a problem is detected, the application can shut off the water supply and alert the homeowner or property manager through their smartphone or personal computer before any additional damage occurs.
LPWAN-enabled water monitoring can also provide homeowners and property managers with important insights into their property’s water usage.
NETOP sensors’ long-range, low-power LPWAN transceivers connect to IoT via either a LPWAN-based gateway or a public LPWAN network. It transmits the data they collect to a Cloud-based water monitoring application.
Workspace utilization sensors are designed and built specific to the task of accurately and efficiently monitoring workspace utilization in today’s office environment. Based on passive data collection technology (PIR), occupancy sensors are triggered by both motion and heat, ensuring that the system is ultra-sensitive, yet ultra-reliable when it comes to tracking real-time 1:1 space utilization.
Share your location with your colleagues, track personnel or equipment, reserve available workstations or meeting rooms, communicate and organize collaborative meetups with colleague and more.
Data is collected by NETOP sensors embedded with LPWAN Technology. Data from the sensors is periodically sent to a LPWAN-based gateway. Gateway sends information to network server where the data is analyzed by an application server that can be located in offices Cloud Application server.
Offices |Schools | Workspace Locations |Connected Spaces | Space Utilizations | Meeting Room Monitoring |Desk Occupancy
LPWAN-enabled security systems provide around-the- clock protection for residences by integrating traditional door and window alarm sensors with security cameras, intercoms and automatic door locks, all activated and operated by keychain sensors and smartphones.
Next-generation home security systems leverage LPWAN networks for long battery life, a network that can not be tampered with and the ability to integrate with WiFi networks to facilitate streaming video feeds.
NETOP LPWAN-enabled door, window or motion sensors activate an alarm when they detect a door or window being opened, or any motion in a secured room. Wirelessly connected security camera can be triggered by sensors or started via smartphone.
EARLY FIRE DETECTION
Every year fires cause roughly $10 billion in property damage and injure or kill thousands of people. Commercial building fires can spread in a matter of minutes, so early detection is key to the safety of tenants and reducing the amount of property damage caused by fires. With a network of fire and smoke detecting sensors, firefighters can have a better sense of the magnitude of a fire and the direction it is headed.
By implementing a fire detection solution comprised of sensors and gateways embedded with LPWAN Technology and an intelligent low power wide area network based on the respective LPWAN protocol, firefighters can detect heat, smoke, gas, or flames associated with fires earlier and implement firefighting tactics or personnel more quickly to either prevent or reduce the impact of the fire.
Signs of fire (heat, smoke, gas, or flames) data collected by sensor embedded with NETOP LPWAN Technology. Data from sensor is periodically sent to a LPWAN gateway or base station. Gateway or base statiion sends information to network server where the data is analyzed by an application server. Application server sends alerts on fire or smoke to property managers or emergency personnel via mobile device or computer.
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