Collaboration brings first private LoRaWAN-in-a-Box

November 24, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Collaboration brings first private LoRaWAN-in-a-Box
Enables rapid IoT deployments and enhanced security features that give users complete control over device data, ultimately saving time and reducing technical complexity and costs

Digi-Key Electronics has partnered with Seeed Studio and Machinechat to launch the industry’s first private LoRaWAN-in-a-Box for the Internet of Things (IoT). Digi-Key is the exclusive distributor of this first-ever private LoRaWAN-in-a-Box from Machinechat and Seeed Studio.

The ready-to-use products combine Seeed Studio’s industrial-grade LoRaWAN (Long Range Wide Area Network) IoT sensors and gateways with Machinechat® JEDI Pro Seeed Studio Edition software, allowing for rapid IoT deployments and enhanced security features that give users complete control over device data, ultimately saving time and reducing technical complexity and costs. The first LoRaWAN-in-a-Box product is focused on rapid deployment of smart agriculture and precision farming projects.  

“For more than 13 years, Seeed Studio has been at the forefront of introducing innovative IoT enablement solutions,” said Eric Pan, CEO of Seeed Studio. “By bundling our award-winning SenseCAP LoRaWAN hardware with Machinechat’s innovative and easy-to-use software, Digi-Key customers worldwide will be able to build and deploy robust, private LoRa IoT deployments in days versus weeks.”

“Machinechat is thrilled to be part of this partnership with Digi-Key Electronics, a worldwide leader in offering the best of breed and innovative technologies for IoT, and Seeed Studio, a global leader in IoT enablement hardware,” said Sanjeev Datla, CEO of Machinechat. “Our combined private LoRaWAN-in-a-Box solutions enable systems integrators and enterprise IT teams to rapidly transform their ideas into transformational IoT digital projects.”


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