Cisco's LoRaWAN-compliant solution connects IoT sensors and endpoints across both cities and rural areas, at low cost. Low power consumption extends battery life up to several years without being replaced.
Cisco’s LoRaWAN (long-range wide-area network) solution operates globally in unlicensed 800–900 MHz ISM bands. It is available as a stand-alone and as an integral part of the Cisco Industrial Asset Vision solution, which uses LoRaWAN sensors to improve business resiliency, safety, and efficiencies by monitoring equipment, people, and facilities.
Connect battery-powered sensors over large areas, whether city or rural.
Cisco’s LoRaWAN solution complies with the LoRa Alliance and its long-term evolution.
Get up and running quickly by deploying easily in the unlicensed spectrum.
Connect assets to provide better services, including waste management, parking, street lighting, and public safety.
Obtain location information for people and assets, including devices, vehicles, pets, and cattle.
Lower utilities operating costs by remotely reading and controlling gas and water meters.
Choose the deployment and solution option that's best for you.
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