LoRaWAN: The Backbone of Massive IoT

Using LoRaWAN technology and networks, public and private sector enterprises alike can realize operational efficiency, reduce expenses, and improve their environmental footprint.
There is no substantial hurdle when integrating LoRaWAN’s network of sensors; whether for properties in development or retrofitting old buildings, there is an established ecosystem of solutions integrators and devices ready to serve this market.

Beyond the building, coverage can include exterior locations such as parking, irrigation, water management systems and more. Visibility into these critical areas enables property managers to create a safe environment for tenants, while also managing revenue and meeting ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) KPIs.

LoRaWAN security:
a safe IoT ecosystem

As the IoT market expands geographically and across verticals, so too do concerns related to technology security and potential cyberattacks. it’s important to note that LoRaWAN technology has been designed from the start with security in mind. It has a strong authentication process and is resistant to interferences, jammers and other threats, in addition to implementing end-to-end cryptography.

The reason for this is simple: the system, which integrates LPWAN networks, is structured to work as a low-energy, low-cost, easy to implement, highly scalable solution. And, since several devices are installed “in-field” for long periods of time—in some cases, for decades—network components have always been developed with a view toward security today and well into the future.

To answer these challenges, the technology has adopted security processes such as mutual authentication, which is established between a LoRaWAN end device and the LoRaWAN network, as part of the network joining procedure, which guarantees only genuine and authorized devices will be joined into the network. 

In addition, LoRaWAN MAC (Media Access Control) and application messages are authenticated at the source and go through end-to-end cryptography. These resources, when combined, prevent network traffic from being altered, captured or reproduced by cyber criminals.

IoT connectivity that matters

Massive IoT and effective data capture are the cornerstones of digital transformation in our connected world. Using LoRaWAN technology and networks, public and private sector enterprises alike can realize operational efficiency, reduce expenses, and improve their environmental footprint.  

The worldwide leader in LoRaWAN networks is Everynet, a global neutral host network provider with a disruptive model that solves potential bottlenecks in infrastructure implementation and operations. In the last three years, the company has launched networks in Brazil, Indonesia, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, Ireland, Andorra, Iceland, and the United States including Puerto Rico. This enables a resilient, carrier-grade network that provides customers with high added value and low-cost economics.

The top uses for the Everynet network include:

  • Utilities. Applications to remotely monitor, maintain and gather data on water systems, substations, smart grid reclosers, transformers, LPG gas and residential and commercial metering.
  • Supply Chain Logistics. Tracking and monitoring critical assets such as pallets, containers and goods. By managing the geo-location, cold-chain monitoring, humidity and shock, enterprises can effectively receive real-time data on the movement, condition and arrival of assets through the complete supply chain.
  • Smart Infrastructure. Applications to check air quality and monitor status of buildings and infrastructure such as lighting, HVAC, water utilization and leak detection, CO2, occupancy sensors and work safety – all critical components to a safe return to work in a post-pandemic world.

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