The LIBRARY basement part 5



How Can Communications Service Providers Make Money in IoT?


yep that’s for me :sunglasses:



LoRaWAN pager prototype , which was done about a year ago using im880A module and STM32F429 discovery board. Touchscreen for sending messages, interface in English and in Russian, LED for showing status (sending, receiving, keep alive messages). DIY LoRaWAN gateway on IMST board and wifi with 3G connection Mikrotik. Works as private network and in public as well (with 3G).



ideal for RPI gw backups


congrats JPMEIJERS !!


The City of St. Gallen, Switzerland, has kicked-off a Smart Lighting project




(Jeff Uk) #443

Some background to yesterdays ‘Major Outage’ on TTN


Brand NEW ! integration with Tago platform.

Store, visualize and act on sensor data after activating the integration in our Developer Console.

TAGO / TTN tutorial -
TAGO docs -




Nordic Semiconductor today announces that it has launched ‘nRF Connect for Cloud’, a free service for Cloud-based evaluation, test, and verification of Bluetooth® Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) designs employing Nordic’s nRF51 and nRF52 Series multiprotocol Bluetooth LE Systems-on-Chip (SoCs).



USI WM-SG-SM-42 LoRaWAN Module

Certified, AT command set, uses dedicated STM32L0 for LoRaWAN stack.
Cheaper than RN2483.


Same module is used on STMicroelectronics I-NUCLEO-LRWAN1 expansion board.




Take a wearable device like Fitbit, for example. It’s a simple wristband, sure, but the type of information it gathers is staggering. Fitbit monitors real-time activity, dietary and sleeping habits; tracks places frequently traveled to; and provides invaluable insight into the user’s overall health. Plus, it connects to other IoT devices for data sharing.