LoRaWAN® for Smart Buildings
Allows building managers, owners, tenants and service providers to manage building functions remotely
LoRaWAN®-based solutions secure properties by detecting intruders, providing safety and disaster response measures, keeping track of facility equipment location, restricting access to private areas, etc.
Sensors can dramatically reduce maintenance costs by using ‘predictive analytics’ and ‘on demand’ services. Water can be monitored and detected to identify water leaks. Elevator motors can be monitored to detect signs of potential failure.
Commercial traps must be manually inspected. By implementing an IoT solution, only those traps that register activity can be inspected, reducing cost and time commitments.
Real-time occupancy, geolocation and foot traffic data can be used to identify spatial usage patterns, allowing space efficiency optimization and reconfiguring offices and retail location layout.
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Plenom-Busylight Joins LoRa Alliance® to bring Notification and Alert Lights to IoT solutions.
Member Press Release
Plenom Busylight IoT and Room Occupancy Solution make Notifications and Alerts visible. Boca Raton, Florida – March 08, 2023 – Plenom, the visual notification and alert light company, announced today […]
LoRaWAN® Live Orlando to Showcase Global Smart Cities, Buildings and Utilities Deployments and Technological Advances Using LoRaWAN
LoRa Alliance® Press Release
Program will highlight the extraordinary impact of LoRaWAN around the world and how it maximizes the benefits of IoT and enables digital transformation Fremont, Calif. – March 1, 2023 – […]
Kerlink® Promotes Kuntal Desai to Lead Company’s Continued Expansion in India
Member Press Release
Thorigné-Fouillard, France and Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India – Feb. 16, 6:00 p.m. CET – Kerlink (AKLK –FR0013156007), a specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced […]
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How LoRaWAN technology empowers the Smart Building industry
LoRaWAN has already become the de facto wireless protocol for smart buildings by providing low power, long range connectivity within large-scale commercial implementations. LoRaWAN allows building managers, owners, tenants and service providers to view building functions remotely and ensure all the things within the building work in harmony.
LoRaWAN is based on an open standard which not only simplifies global deployment, but gives builders peace of mind by ensuring interoperability with existing infrastructure and applications. And, an interconnected ecosystem can work for a brand new building or an older structure under renovation. In addition, the type of network is flexible. Depending on the needs, a property can be connected via private or public networks, network-as-a-service or a hybrid version.
If all that were not enough to interest a building owner, facility manager, designer, insurance provider, utility provider, appliance manufacturers, and tenant to adopt LoRaWAN, then just imagine the new opportunities created by such an array of rich real-time data, such as new solutions or advice marketed to modify certain behaviors to reduce utility bills or space needs. On the other hand, they can provide investment advice and industry insights to service providers or the city. LoRaWAN is a game changing opportunity for the commercial real estate sector.