myDevices, the IoT solutions company that “simplifies the connected world” and creator of Cayenne, has announced its official launch of Cayenne for LoRa – the IoT Project Builder developed exclusively for the LoRa ecosystem. Developers and organizations interested in building a LoRa solution can use Cayenne for free. At the same time, any LoRa device manufacturer can bundle Cayenne with their hardware and make it freely available to their customers.
myDevices is a Contributing Member of the LoRa Alliance, one of the fastest growing non-profit associations in the technology sector with over 400 member companies dedicated to standardizing low-power wide area networks (LPWANs), and providing seamless interoperability between smart devices. The technology utilized in a LoRaWAN is designed to connect low-cost, battery-operated sensors over long distances in harsh environments that were previously too challenging or cost prohibitive to connect.
myDevices’ Cayenne empowers engineers and businesses to rapidly prototype and deploy IoT solutions across a wide variety of industries. Cayenne is device- and connectivity-agnostic and provides full control of hardware regardless of manufacturer, all in a scalable and flexible environment. Hardware integrated with Cayenne provides the ability to create a fully customizable dashboard with drag-and-drop widgets, it has an integrated rules engine for triggers and threshold alerts, remote monitoring and control with mobile apps for Android and iPhone, GPS-enabled asset tracking of devices, device provisioning, and sophisticated visualization tools.
“With Cayenne now fully supporting LoRa, we are reinforcing our commitment to the LoRa community and extending our IoT project building functionality beyond our existing partner network,” said Kevin Bromber, CEO of myDevices. “We invite all LoRaWAN end device manufacturers to integrate with Cayenne and showcase their solutions for free in our library of supported products. This will provide visibility and ready access of their innovative LoRa hardware to our current community of 90,000 developers and their customers.”
As of the launch, a growing list of hardware manufacturers are already onboarding their LoRaWAN devices inside of Cayenne, such as AcSiP, Adeunis, Elsys, GlobalSat, HaxIoT, MultiTech, NKE Watteco, Raveon, RisingHF, Semtech, Sensoro, Skysens, and Zenseio. In LPWANaddition, myDevices has announced technology partnerships with leading LoRaWAN network connectivity providers including Actility, Eta2U, Everynet, Kotahi, Loriot, Pixel Networks, Senet, and Orbiwise, to name a few.
“We are pleased to see myDevices’ continued investment and participation in our community with the development of a project builder exclusively for our ecosystem,” said Geoff Mulligan, chairman of the LoRa Alliance. “This type of solution aligns with our mission to collaborate and drive the global success of the LoRa protocol by sharing knowledge and experience to guarantee interoperability between operators in one open standard.”
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