Discover the Internet of Things services offered by Speak IoT.

LoRaWAN™ is a technology that allows wireless data communication over large distances with very low power. The transmiters, sometimes as small as the size of a matchbox, can functions for multiple years on a single battery. Using built-in sensors, the LoRaWAN technology can play a vital role in smart cities, but as well for companies and private users. Real-time stockmanagement, track & trace of vehicles or containers, up until securing real-estate or other property.

Possible Solutions

Smart lightning

Low energy

Smart lightning:

Street lights will be dimmed or made brighter, based upon the current measurements. Rain asks for bright light, whilst during night the lights can be dimmed as long as there is no one passing by.

Waste management

Effectiveness

Waste management

Local governments or private enterprises can monitor the level of waste in containers. Only when a certain level has been reached, a team will be sent out for collection. Manage resources effectively.

Environmental monitoring

Green

Environmental monitoring

Using several sensors, spread over a wide area, air qualty or other parameters can be measured in real-time.

Smart parking

Efficiency

Smart parking

LoRaWAN technology allows local government, as well as management companies of parking infrastructure to measure the number of free spaces, down to a single parking spot.

Fire or preach detection

Security

Fire or preach detection

Remote monitoring. For example detection with sensors in the middle of a forest. There is no need for external power or an internet connection, the system works autonomously and sends alarms in real-time.

Internet of Things for humans

Humanitarian

Internet of Things for humans

The Internet of Things has as purpose to make life easier and safer. This becomes very visible when it is being used to assist elderly or disabled people that live alone.

Indoor climate monitoring

Green

Indoor climate monitoring

Monitoring of temperature and humidity in museum or rooms where art is being stored. However, these sensors can also be deployed in agriculture or a wide range of other economic branches.

Monitoring of fluid levels

Measurement

Monitoring of fluid levels

This can be the real-time measurement of water level in a river or canal, but as well the fluid level in an underground tank. No onsite visits are needed to keep track.