Smart connectivity combined with Edge Computing and Cloud-based services are unleashing multiple possibilities in IoT applications, such as:
Initially developped for the Transportation industry, Kontron's TRACe-LP1, a LoRaWAN Network server and IoT gateway, is already in use for infrastructure and other monitoring applications.
Kontron TRACe-LP1 LoRaWAN-based gateway is measuring the quality of the air in Toulon, South of France. Enter the demo to see some live dashboards.
Building a mobile LoRaWAN™ IoT Network
Kontron TRACe-LP1 provides a secure all-in-one LoRa network server and IoT gateway pushing MQTT streams to the cloud.
The connection between TRACe-LP1 and MQTT Server is based on standard IP Ethernet.
The gateway automatically transforms LoRaWAN™ messages to a secure MQTT stream that is “pushed” on a remote MQTT server.
The connection to the MQTT server is secured by TLS connection using private keys on both sides: sthe TRACe gateway and the MQTT Server. The MQTT Server is located on Virtual machine located on the laptop.
Data can be easily collected from on premise server, by MQTT subscriptions, using MQTT clients. Nowadays, MQTT clients are widely used for IoT applications and available for various environments (Linux, Windows, Android, IOS). The Windows laptop have MQTT client for the demo.
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