LoRa gateway – Data collector in the building
The LoRa gateway serves as a data collector in the building and collects data from the LoRa devices located in the network via the LoRaWAN radio standard. In this context, the DEOS LoRa gateway is specially tailored to the requirements of building automation and offers a direct connection to BA systems with the integrated Modbus interface. This means that LoRa end devices such as sensors can be easily retrofitted in the building and the data can be fed back to the building automation system via radio using the LoRa gateway. Due to the high penetration in the building, the post-digitization of existing buildings using LoRaWAN is very efficient. The flexibility of the power supply – optionally via plug-in power supply or PoE (Power over Ethernet) – and the external communication to the LoRa server via Ethernet, Wifi or LTE also ensures optimal use in the building.
With the DEOS LoRa gateway you benefit from numerous features and advantages. Discover them now.
Total solution for building automation
By directly integrating the LoRa gateway to our own IoT platform, the pro.Building Suite, many solutions for monitoring and reporting in the building can be implemented. Other IoT platforms can also easily be provided with the data via the MQTT interface. For integration into existing building automation systems, the Modbus IP bus protocol is also available. In this way, you can also upgrade existing buildings to a smart building.
Efficient setup of the LoRa network
With the preconfigured DEOS LoRa gateway, entering the world of the Internet of Things is as easy as can be. With the configuration software, the DEOS LoRa Toolkit, even large projects are quickly created and implemented. A large number of LoRa end devices (nodes) can be created very efficiently in the LoRa network, so that wireless communication is immediately ready for use.
LoRaWAN application examples in the building
LoRaWAN has clear advantages and is steadily growing in popularity and importance. But what exactly should LoRaWAN solutions be used for in the field of building automation? With application examples from the smart building sector, we present some of the most interesting use cases that you can implement together with us. These include, for example, post-digitization, smart heating control, room air monitoring or smart metering.
TEEKANNE GmbH & Co. KG
Ruhr University Bochum
VR-Bank Steinfurt eG
Tetra Pak packaging manufacturer
Commercial property at Freiburg’s main railway station
Al Mushrif Mosque
Energy supplier EGAT
Central Park Hotel
Escala Salcedo residential building
Airport Tower Berlin Brandenburg
IKEA Furniture Stores
University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendorf
Pharmaceutical factory Hoang Duc Pharma
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
adidas Distribution Center
Primary School Sir John Cass