Partner Webinar: Adding value to Building Management with LoRaWAN

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Partner wattsense

How can IoT solutions be integrated into buildings?

Together with Romain Philipon from our partner Wattsense, we will talk about how you can integrate LoRaWAN sensors into your building management and unlock your building's data.
The Wattsense solution simplifies the use of IoT technology and building management integration in small and medium-sized buildings by improving connectivity and data collection.

The solution consists of a plug & play multi-protocol hardware compatible with major communication protocols such as LoRaWan, BACnet IP, Modbus IP, Modbus RTU, M-Bus, LON, KNX, LPB and Diematic. The Wattsense hardware is interoperable and secure, making it more powerful than traditional gateways. With a single hardware, the Wattsense solution can be used in two versions, depending on your needs and use cases: The Box (remote) and the Hub (local).

A web-based interface lets you connect devices in just a few clicks, thanks to the configuration wizard, an intuitive tool, and a growing library of over 500 devices. With the console, you can easily centralize and share your data.

Contents of the webinar:

  • Short introduction Wattsense and m2m Germany
  • Short introduction LoRa/LoRaWAN®
  • Introduction Wattsense and differences Box vs. Hub
  • Use Cases
  • Live demo of the system
  • Question & Answer session

Romain Philipon will join Marius Nickolai to deliver the webinar and be available for Q&A.

The webinar will be held in English, but the Q&A session at the end will be available in both English and German.

The webinar: "Adding value to Building Management with LoRaWAN", will take place on
December 6 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Participation in the online webinar is free of charge.