Category Archives: LoRa Network

JT helps Inmarsat Smart Cities flagship project

Inmarsat is the lead sponsor for Transform Africa Summit being held in Kigali, Rwanda on 10th – 12th May 2017, showcasing its smart cities flagship project by connecting Kigali with LoRaWAN™ infrastructure and some other technologies, such as the JT Nomad IoT Platform and IoT connectivity.

JT’s participation with Inmarsat to deliver a proof of concept for Smart City solutions benefits from its unique base of IoT connectivity, but extended into provisioning, monitoring and diagnosing third party applications and devices.

Using the JT Nomad IoT Platform to provide connectivity around cellular, Wi-Fi, and LoRa, networks, but importantly, to provide Smart Urban Solutions that can be provisioned, managed, invoiced and automated.  Leaving a blueprint for Kigali so that it can be used after the event to benefit the urban population of the city.

JT’s services are unique due to truly global coverage that utilizes over 600+ roaming agreements, with open roaming SIM, which is also software free with an extremely competitive price point. It also provides complete API integration and allows its users to construct, provision, bill and monitor complete IoT solutions.

NOMAD is a workflow engine that assembles all the many components of an IoT solution via API to third parties, allowing automated and controlled provisioning of point of sale, building controls, tracking/telemetry, and security solutions. NOMAD also integrates LoRa and Wi-Fi connectivity for “single pane of glass” visibility of hybrid estates.

Clients benefit from robust support, commercial and technical flexibility, unique features for real-time connectivity diagnostics and 24/7 support.

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Different types of IoT Connectivity

IoT devices and smart objects use several different types of IoT connectivity such as PAN (Personal Area Network), LAN (Local Area Network) and WAN Wide Area Network. IoT devices that use PAN will often use a smartphone as a gateway to connect to the internet, or they use GSM/3G/4G sim cards in each device to connect to the… Continue Reading

IoT Assistive Technology lowering barriers for people with disabilities

Before the advancements of IoT technology many disabled people had to rely on somebody else doing things for them. Today IoT technology is lowering the barriers that people with disabilities encounter in their daily lives. IoT Assistive Technology for disabled people is starting to become a normal part of everyday life and helps to lower the… Continue Reading

JT addresses unique network needs of Internet of Things with LoRa

JT has announced it is addressing the unique network needs of the Internet of Things by investing in the build of its Long Range (LoRa) Wide Area Network. The benefit of LoRa technology is that it is uses extremely low transmit power levels to allow devices to access the internet and can achieve many of the… Continue Reading