IoT Analytics is the future of business
Internet of Things allow us to take better decisions.
After we have compared several IoT platforms, Brox Platforms due to its strong capabilities for device and data management, and the intuitive UX for dashboard creation. By running our analytics on Brox you will be able to deliver a robust solution.
Brox in a B2B modality gives a end-to-end cloud platform that transforms the way businesses create value from connected products and user interactions..
- Brox offers the tools for your business to manage devices, store data, run analytics, and integrate services..
- Quickly prototype ideas using Brox LoRa™ Rapid Development Kits or your devices with Brox IoT platform and our LoRaWAN™ networks..
- It combines everything with an easy-to-use application and user management system.
Between all the IoT available technologies, we use LoRaWAN™ as the best choice to improve the DNA of IoT, connecting sensors to the Cloud and enabling real-time communication of data and analytics that can be utilized to enhance efficiency and productivity.
Connect to any device Start your application by adding a device. A device-token is automatically generated for you to authenticate your real device. You can start picking one from our list of devices, or manually customize all fields to communicate with anything, including web services, connectors, and analytics.
All data from devices are stored in Buckets. Every time a device is added, BROX creates a bucket for it. You can easily visualize e manage each variable stored from the Task list. No need to learn any database structure.
Analysis is a powerful feature that developers can use to add more value to their solutions by implementing scripts that manipulates data from any device in real-time. From simple calculations, to report generation, to machine learning implementations.
Synchronize events and take actions Send SMS, e-mail, notification, data back to yours device, or even run scripts in the Analysis triggered by your own rules. Combining the Actions with Analysis capabilities, there are limitless possibilities to create any event condition, beyond the simple if/else condition.
Surprise your customer with eye-catching dashboards Build great dashboards using our special features for Maps and Markers with links and images. Add forms, charts, videos, heat maps, and other great real-time widgets. Embed any BROX widget in your own website.
Monitoring for all your applications Everything that you build in your dashboard is available in the mobile App. The synchronization is done in real-time, no need to deploy anything. Add Push Notifications in your applications that will show up in your customers mobile Apps.
+ LoRa-based gateways to be deployed worldwide by 2020
+ LoRa-based end-nodes to be deployed worldwide on private and public networks by the end of 2020
+ LoRaWAN®-based network operators in 51 countries
% of all LPWANs are predicted to run on LoRa by 2023 (IHS MarketInsider, May 2019)
Easily Begin Using Your Own IoT Solutions
The more creative we are with sensors, the more valuable the data we will gather.
LoRa Technology offers an efficient, flexible and economical solution to real-world problems in rural and indoor use cases, where cellular and Wi-Fi/BLE based networks are ineffective. Learn why LoRa is becoming the de facto standard of low power wide area networks (LPWAN).
Transforming Businesses Looking to connect your business to the Cloud? LoRa Technology is the de facto choice for LPWAN connectivity for long range, low power Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, enabling countless use cases in a number of key markets including smart cities, buildings, agriculture, metering, logistics and supply chain, and industrial control. Learn how LoRa can benefit your business.
Other Available Technologies.
Overview of networking technologies used to build IoT solutions:
Networking topologies. A key consideration when designing IoT networks is the topology of the networks.Types of networks are often according to Wireless protocols.
Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth Smart, Zigbee, NB- IoT, Sigfox or LoRaWAN ?
The answer depends of cost , distance , data intermittence, data size, and more variables for Monitoring Systems.
Rodrigo Lopez - Technical Advisor
Ceo Indacar; Founder .IOT expert
Has more than 10 years monitoring devices for his own company and for many projects else for important car companys . Also is a IOT teacher in important Universities in México.
Rafael Arizaga - Product Designer & UX Advisor
CEO Yepah! & More than 15 years at the industry
Has a lot of experience developing products for important companies . Also he leads our User experience (UX) design that is the process of creating products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. This involves the design of the entire process of acquiring and integrating the product, including aspects of branding, design, usability, and function.
IoT Expert- Freelancer
All of us are committed to your projects with all the experience & creativity for better solutions.
Ignacio RiosBusiness Development Manager
Jorge MolinaProduct Manager
David SanchezDeployment Manager
Jorge RíosAdmin Manager
What is LoRaWAN in IoT?
LoRaWAN is a low power wide area network (LPWAN), developed to connect Internet of Things devices and sensors for mass deployment. LoRa is developed to provide IoT devices extended battery life in the range of several years at the same time a LoRa network has extended range and is cost effective to deploy.
What is the difference between LoRa and LoRaWAN?
LoRa is a non-cellular modulation technology for LoRaWAN. ... Those two terms—LoRa and LoRaWAN—are not interchangeable: LoRaWAN is the standard protocol for WAN communications and LoRa is used as a wide area network technology. LoRa is used primarily in two ways: One is LoRaWAN, which has been deployed mostly in Europe & some places in America.
What is LoRaWAN used for?
LoRaWAN is a point-to-multipoint networking protocol that uses Semtech's LoRa modulation scheme. It's not just about the radio waves; it's about how the radio waves communicate with LoRaWAN gateways to do things like encryption and identification. It also includes a cloud component, which multiple gateways connect.
Is LoRa secure?
LoRa uses AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) security keys. To achieve the required levels of security for LoRa networks, several layers of encryption have been employed: Unique Network key (EUI64) and ensure security on network level.
What is the claimed maximum range of LoRa networks?
The stated range is more than 10 km, between 15 to 20 km. We would say typically 10 km. However, there are other factors that will influence this "realistic range" - such as, the network and node-gateway positioning, surrounding environment (presence of physical obstacles), antenna performance, Tx power mode, etc.
What is the LoRa Alliance?
There has been a movement to standardize the MAC features for LoRa called the LoRa Alliance, of which Link Labs was an early member. The LoRa Alliance developed the LoRaWAN protocol for use by mobile network operators who want to use unlicensed spectrum to communicate with IoT devices in their network. In contrast, Symphony Link is a standardized protocol developed by Link Labs and our customers who love the range of LoRa, but need a level of performance that is not available with LoRaWAN. It is specifically focused on ITU region 2 (915 MHz ISM Band). LoRaWAN is ideally suited for ITU region 1, where ETSI transmitter duty cycles restrictions greatly limit the role the base station can play in the network. Some details on LoRaWAN, the LoRa Alliance protocol for LoRa: LoRaWAN is a server-side implementation of a multiple access protocol designed to minimize collisions with a large number of endpoints. It requires a server application to run the MAC functions over a network connection. LoRaWAN network architecture is typically laid out in a star-of-stars topology in which gateways are a transparent bridge relaying messages between end-devices and a central network server in the backend. Customer logic is built into the network server It is designed primarily for uplink-only applications with many endpoints, or applications where only a few downlink messages are required (limited either by application or by number of endpoints) Gateways within the same network require synchronization Communication between end-devices and gateways is spread out on different frequency channels and data rates. The selection of the data rate is a trade-off between communication range and message duration. Different data rates do not interfere with each other and create a set of "virtual" channels increasing the capacity of the gateway. The LoRaWAN network server is manages the data rate and RF output for each end-device individually by means of an adaptive data rate (ADR) scheme that is typically updated once every 24 hours Multiple layers of security/encryption (EUI64 on network level and application level and EUI128 device specific key) AES CCM (128-bit) for encryption and authentication Works within the confines of the ETSI 1% and 10% duty cycle on transmission time in the 868 bands Draft revision of class B for downlink nodes that can poll for a beacon every 1s to 128s (Engineering prototypes available now using LMiC from IBM) Beacon period is 128s (2^n) where n is 0 to 7 Antenna diversity because all gateway's listen to the same uplink channels