Suffolk coastal gets first The Things Network LoRaWAN Gateway

Member News published by Coderus, under 5G, Innovation / Incubation, Marketing

Innovation Martlesham companies Coderus and Comms Unite team up to deliver a long-range wide area network, enabling businesses to benefit from the Internet of Things.

Coderus, specialising in mobile and embedded software design and development, has teamed up with telecoms and IT company Comms Unite, to deliver cutting edge LoRaWAN technology to Adastral Park. 

The move builds on the trend for local authorities seeking to try and test LoRaWAN networks, which enables the delivery of ‘smart city’ type technologies such as smart lighting, air pollution monitors and smart bins. The gateway, based at Adastral Park, is one of only four Things Network Gateways in Suffolk and the only main gateway in East Ipswich to date.

The gateway, which opens on 13th September, will enable businesses within a 10-km range to log in to the LoraWAN network via the gateway and try and test the uses of this new technology for free.

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