Senet qualifies Milesight LoRaWan gateways

  • August 24, 2022
  • Steve Rogerson

Senet is qualifying Milesight LoRaWan gateways and sensor-enabled end devices for operation on its network.

Senet offers technology in over 180 countries and owns and operates one of the largest publicly available LoRaWans in the USA. It is a provider of cloud-based software and services to enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the IoT.

Chinese firm Milesight is a fast-growing AIoT provider. Sensors being qualified include those for monitoring total volatile organic compounds, CO2 concentration, temperature, humidity, activity level, leak detection and other indoor environmental conditions. Outdoor devices for water level, pipe pressure and soil monitoring will also be evaluated for listing on Senet’s marketplace.

“The successful qualification of Milesight gateways and devices on the Senet network demonstrates the compatibility and stability of our products, which is why many users choose Milesight for their projects,” said Leon Jiang, vice president at Milesight. “For Milesight, this collaboration is not only an example of momentum in our ecosystem, but brings sound solutions to our customers, especially for projects that require Senet’s carrier-grade network service.”

Bruce Chatterley, CEO of Senet, added: “Milesight’s high capacity and easy to install gateways represent outstanding additions to our portfolio of qualified products, expanding the ability of Senet and our partners to provide reliable LoRaWan coverage across the globe. We look forward to continuing our collaboration as we strive to provide customers with the best options for deploying and managing LoRaWans and sensor-enabled devices for their IoT projects.”

An example of Senet and Milesight integration was recently presented in a webinar hosted by Senet and IoT platform provider Losant, including onboarding and configuring Milesight gateways and operating the Milesight AM107 ambience monitor on the Senet network.