The Innovation Award, which highlights the most influential technology developments that have accelerated LoRaWAN adoption, was awarded to Senet and the Helium Network for their collaboration resulting in one of the largest globally managed LoRaWAN networks in operation today.
Senet’s Location Estimator uses the company’s public carrier-grade LoRaWAN network, and networks deployed by the company’s Extended Coverage partners, to provide customers with location logic for asset tracking, location-enabled mapping, and any application that can benefit from estimated presence and proximity detection.
Through this collaboration, Senet customers can purchase Eclypses’ enhanced digital security as an integrated element of Senet’s network services. Eclypses also offers IoT device manufacturers the ability to enable their devices with MTE security at the point of manufacture or through a firmware update.
WHIN, a consortium of 10 counties in north-central Indiana, is partnering with Senet to deploy a LoRaWAN network across thousands of square miles for use by local manufacturing, agriculture and research organizations. The WHIN LoRaWAN network is designed to support millions of messages per day from sensors in agricultural fields and manufacturing facilities, informing decisions that reduce costs and make operations more efficient.
The companies are currently engaged in several commercial deployments and large-scale pilots to optimize in-building environments and asset management for Fortune 500 companies, big box retail, large public buildings, campuses, and residential complexes. Through this partnership, Ready Wireless has completed interoperability testing on the Senet network and will be selling, deploying, and supporting solutions with Senet connectivity plans.
Available today, Senet’s Extended Coverage Services now include global LoRaWAN network connectivity delivered by more than 720,000 Helium-compatible hotspots in over 55,000 cities and 170 countries.
The turnkey nature of the Dhyan and Senet solution makes it easy to add smart streetlights to existing LoRaWAN networks such as those deployed for water utility Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) projects or other municipal and enterprise applications.
To support its partners' current and future IoT initiatives, GRiT Technologies has become a Senet Radio Access Network (RAN) Partner. With the rollout underway across Ohio and Indiana, gateways are being deployed in the primarily rural market, representing the region's first comprehensive LoRaWAN network.
Partnership and first-to-market supply chain solutions extend the adoption of LoRaWAN connectivity into markets that can benefit from the combination of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites and terrestrial network connectivity.
Senet and Helium introduce new network visualization and planning tools to assist customers with deploying IoT solutions at scale across the United States.
Senet and Thingy IOT partner to deliver carrier-grade LoRaWAN network services and Thingy AQ Wildfire and Air Quality Monitoring Systems across the Western US to help monitor for wildfires.
To streamline and accelerate the qualification of a growing number of devices entering the market, Senet has implemented a new web-based product submission process and status designations for devices tested on its network.