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Posted by Victor Liao on 27 October 2022

Intensive pig farming, also known as the ‘intensive piggery system’, has become the primary method of farming in the pig industry. According to this method, pigs are housed indoors and confined in individual stalls or straw-lined sheds at high stocking density, while keeping pigs of similar ages to live together in large crowds under common environmental settings. By doing so, feeding efficiency is significantly improved, and emerging technologies are often employed to maintain pig health and safeguard pig growth - monitoring various environmental parameters inside the barns with wireless temperature and humidity sensors is an exemplary case in point.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Agriculture, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, ESG

Posted by Mike Wong on 30 August 2022

According to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China, China's 5G network coverage continues to expand. Large-scale deployment of the 5G network strengthens the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, extending IoT application scenarios to diversified fields including manufacturing, agriculture, medical care, security, and smart cities.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

Posted by Remi Lorrain on 02 August 2022

I am excited to introduce the “The WAN Network Show” - a new podcast series by Semtech, the creators of LoRa®, hosted by me, Rémi Lorrain.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

Posted by Olivier Beaujard on 25 July 2022

This year’s LoRaWAN® World Expo, held in Paris in early July, featured a wealth of information exchanged by leading industry figures from around the world. The live event was a true success with more than 1,200 attendees from 68 countries – the largest LoRa Alliance® event ever held.

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Tags: LoRa, News, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Events

Posted by Karthik Ranjan on 21 June 2022

The Need for Continuous Asset Tracking

Of the many complexities along the global supply chain and daily logistics operations, asset tracking is arguably the most challenging. Disruptions and subsequent capital loss not only affect goods transported worldwide, but also containers and vehicles used for shipment. On a more local scale, retail stores and shop owners are challenged in keeping track of their assets and supply at all times throughout the day for reasons varying from theft prevention to inventory management.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Asset Tracking, LoRa Edge, LoRa Cloud

Posted by Alistair Fulton on 24 May 2022

Smart cities are key to improving quality of life of citizens and driving down carbon emissions. And monitoring power, air and water quality and transport requires reliable low-cost sensors in a rugged, cost-effective network.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Homes & Buildings, Smart Supply Chain Logistics, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Buildings

Posted by Sree Durbha on 13 April 2022

The increasing demand for intelligent, scalable and cost-effective global asset tracking solutions is a trend, which has been recently accelerated by the urgency to improve end-to-end supply chain performance, visibility and customer services.

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Asset Tracking, LoRa Edge

Posted by Marc Pégulu on 06 April 2022

The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) launched its $6.7 million AUD Climate Smart Pilots project in 2018. The program trials digital technologies to improve the information generated for farmers regarding natural resources and climate variability across fisheries, horticulture and livestock sectors. As temperatures warm, rainfall regimes change and seasons shift, innovative Internet of Things (IoT) technology can provide early warnings, input control and new ways to manage farming systems.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Agriculture, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Environment

Posted by Rémi Demerlé on 29 March 2022

Data is at the heart of intelligent process automation, but where does that data come from? Collecting accurate data remotely has always been a challenge for utilities. This has led to fragmented data collection systems that restrict the use of data analytics at the scale necessary to make a real difference to the business and to consumers.

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Tags: LoRa, Smart Utilities, Smart Cities, Wireless RF, Internet of Things, Smart Water Metering, Smart Electricity Metering, Smart Gas Metering

Posted by Remi Lorrain on 21 March 2022

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to revolutionize the way we connect and interact with our devices, there are a number of network options on which to build smart solutions. The leading low power wide area networks (LPWANs) are LoRaWAN® and narrow band IoT (NB-IoT).

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Tags: LoRa, Wireless RF, Internet of Things

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