LoRaWAN Sensors (Part 3): Device Overview
Different platforms can be used for development, enabling implementation of IoT-based technology across a wide variety of uses. For example, a LoRa-based rodent trap, once triggered, can wake up from sleep mode and notify users in real time via email or text message that a rodent has been caught. This is especially beneficial in areas like the food service industry, where time is of the essence in dealing with pest control. This is all thanks to the bidirectional nature of LoRaWAN, which allows sensors and applications to communicate back and forth with each other.
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