An Indoor air quality (IAQ) (synonym Ambiance) monitoring solution can provide the levels of common pollutants and other air conditions inside homes/offices in real-time. Qubitro allows solution providers to design and sell global IAQ monitoring solutions by unifying device data from multiple networks with no code, supported by a
ChirpStack [https://www.chirpstack.io], an open-source LoRaWAN® Network Server stack, provides open-source components for LoRaWAN networks. Our new integration makes it possible to synchronize all devices and data by simply providing two credentials and the desired payload formatters. Visit Qubitro ChirpStack documentation for step-by-step guidance. Documentation -> https://docs.
Payload formatters make it possible to process data on-the-fly from end devices. This is useful for converting binary payloads to human-readable fields or any other kind of data conversion. Converting binary data into JSON objects is the only requirement for integrating The Things Stack and Qubitro. From now on, it
In this post, you will learn how to send localization data from a LoRaWAN device and show it on a map panel in Qubitro. This project requires some hardware and the configuration of two IoT platforms. Let´s start. What you need for this project To implement this project, you
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Seeed [https://www.seeedstudio.com] has unveiled a series of low-cost industrial grade outdoor LoRaWAN sensors called SenseCAPs. You can twist the cap off the body to have two parts, the sensor, then the body which exposes a reset button, status LED, UART, and power switch. Within the body are