Thinking about using LoRaWAN to deploy your IoT solution in the Oil & Gas Industry? Internet of Things (IoT) is the widest network being deployed that interconnects devices and the internet to collect and share data about how they are used, its environment, letting those devices to be controlled in innovative ways.
This new way to connect to devices and gather data allows new case scenarios and allows data collection from places and processes that were still not candidates for automation.
In addition to new batteries technologies and device miniaturization, IoT can lead to new applications, lower CAPEX and OPEX costs for existing applications, and a new reach for business and operation insights.
TeQnovation worked with several solution providers to create an optimized solution architecture for implementation in the Oil & Gas industry with LoRaWAN technology. A brief outline of the Solution Architecture to optimize your IoT solutions is explained on this page. For further information, you can download our brochure.
A LoRaWAN gateway receives packets from any LoRaWAN device and send the payload coming from the device to a network server. The gateway communicates with the devices over LoRa, and sends the information using a TCP/IP network connection, normally over ethernet, 3G/LTE and even Wifi.
More than one gateway can receive a packet from a device.