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Smart Home Energy Saving With LoRA Technology

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  • Enabling low-power and cost-effective smart home management, Semtech’s LoRa Technology is utilized in a series of products from the firm KingTing Tech.

  • A new, low-cost LTE-M module which is now available through AT&T’s IoT Accelerator Program.

  • The new BACnet stack with protocol revision 18 is available to help building automation OEMs develop smart, connected products for the IoT.

LoRA Technology Makes Waves In Smart Home Management 

First LoRa technology-based smart home platform provider KingTing Tech (YoSmart) is bringing comfort and convenience into smart homes by launching a series of smart home products. Leveraging Semtech’s LoRa technology, the solutions are said to enable low-power and cost-effective smart home management. These products include a HUB, a thermostat, a sprinkler, door lock, and a smart outlet. Commenting about the new launch, Mike Wong, Vice President of Marketing for Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group, said, “LoRa Technology works on a micro-scale, like a home, and just as well at a great distance. It was designed for excellent performance with an emphasis on data security. This is what homeowners look for—something that works well and provides protection and peace of mind at accessible price points.” Read more.

Low-cost LTE-M Module On AT&T’s IoT Accelerator Program

Sequans is helping to accelerate IoT development by making available a new LTE-M module, the IMS2, through AT&T’s IoT Accelerator Program. Based on Sequans’ Monarch LTE-M/NB-IoT Platform, the module is available in an ETSI 1915 footprint, supports AT&T’s bands 2, 4, and 12, IoT interfaces, and is an ideal solution for the design of numerous types of IoT devices in numerous markets, including smart home and business, utilities, retail, industrial, and consumer. Read more.

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BACnet Stack Upgraded For Building Automation Developers

SoftDEL is enabling OEMs within building automation ecosystem develop smart, connected products for the Internet of Things by launching BACnet stack with protocol revision 18. The BACnet stack with PR-18 supports most of objects as defined in BACnet standard such as network port objects, lighting objects, etc. This will help building automation OEMs to make their controllers advanced or even it can act as a reference to their future in-house R&D and Proof of Concepts initiatives. Read more.


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