Actility LoRaWAN® Integrated With Digital Matter

Digital Matter Support

LoRaWAN® networks rely on software known as a “network server” to manage gateways and devices and to control the flow of the device information. Unfortunately, there is no clear specification for the format that the network servers send data to application platforms, so we have to do an integration with each one.

Telematics Guru now accepts data from Actility.
Actility is a popular LoRaWAN® network server that runs many of the public networks around the world:

  • Comsol in South Africa
  • Comcast in the US
  • KPN in the Netherlands
  • Many others…

This means that Actility clients with our Oyster and Guppy LoRaWAN® devices can now point them to Telematics Guru and use the platform.

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