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Why Smart Sensors?

Smart sensors produce meaningful actionable information. This data is interpreted and used to deliver more intelligent & efficient applications. This allows for lowered consumption, faster reactions, reduced cost, and overall savings.

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Data Metrics & Notifications

  • 24/7 Monitoring

  • Email/SMS Alerts

  • Mobile Dashboard

  • Secure Data Cloud

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Insurance Discounts

  • Insurance Companies Discount Policies for Smart Monitoring

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Lowered Consumption

  • Track Your Resources

  • Understand Your Demand

  • Create Projections

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Increased Efficiency

  • Measure Inefficiencies

  • Asset Tracking

  • Preventative Data

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Smart Sensor Applications

Smart Solutions


Smart Agriculture


Cold Chain


Smart Water


Asset Management


Smart Home


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Types of Sensors

Common Types Of Sensors


By 2035, the world’s energy consumption will increase by 35 percent, which in turn will increase water use by 15 percent and consumption by 85%, according to the International Energy Agency. 


Agriculture accounts for ~70% of global freshwater withdrawals and up to 90% in some fast-growing economies.


Over 30% of food is lost or wasted each year. The term “wasted food” refers to any food that is not used for its intended use and must be “managed.” 

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Largest LoRaWAN Network in the World

Why LoRa + LongFi?

Ultra Low Power

LoRaWAN end devices are optimized to operate in low power mode and can last up to 10 years on a single coin cell battery.

Long Range

LoRaWAN gateways can transmit and receive signals over a distance of over 6 miles in rural areas and up to 2 miles in dense urban areas.

End-to-End Security

LoRaWAN ensures secure communication between the end device and the application server using AES-128 encryption.

High Capacity

LongFi LoRaWAN Network handles millions of messages from thousands of gateways.


Expected bandwidth utilized by devices is 1-5kb/s (about the size of a long text message) and devices communicate with the gateway over LongFi, not IP (Internet Protocol).


The LongFi network can determine the location of end devices using triangulation without the need for GPS. A LoRa end device can be located if at least three gateways pick up its signal.

Firmware Updates Over the Air

You can remotely update firmware (applications and the LoRaWAN stack) for a single end device or group of end devices.


LongFi LoRa has a very large ecosystem of device makers, gateway makers, antenna makers, network service providers, and application developers.

How Does IoT Work?
How it works..

Soil moisture sensor detects moisture levels & sends out data at a set interval.

This data is sent over the IoT network via a gateway.

LoRa gateway backhauals data from IoT network to the web using an internet or cellular connection.

Data is sent to a secure cloud host.

Data is then displayed online for mobile or desktop viewing.



"Dashboards" provide a visual representation of smart sensor data from the convenience of your desktop or mobile phone.