According to a recent announcement Kerlink and Radio Bridge, an IoT sensor designer and manufacturer specializing in LoRaWAN networks, reportedly are integrating their technologies to offer enterprise customers a single solution for designing, deploying, provisioning and managing private IoT networks.
The new solution combines Kerlink’s gateways, network connectivity and device-management technologies with the web-based Radio Bridge Console and long-range wireless sensors, according to the partners, and creates a new integrated package that is designed to enable customers to easily set-up, manage and scale their LoRAWAN networks in industries and sectors such as building security, smart cities, medical devices and industrial automation.
“Integrating Kerlink’s hardware and software with Radio Bridge’s innovative console and powerful sensors presents industrial, business and public entities with a logical, single solution that can quickly meet their needs for private, up-to-date LoRaWAN IoT networks,” said Carlos Briceño, VP, Kerlink Americas. “Our highly complementary technologies bring a new level of responsiveness to customers around the world.”
The Radio Bridge Console reportedly provides cloud-based tools for the company’s wireless sensors that include the provisioning, monitoring and configuration of devices in the field on a variety of LoRaWAN networks. The company’s next-generation Armored Sensor product line enables the tracking of accurate, real-time data for a variety of industrial applications, including oil and gas, air quality and utility monitoring and supplements the company’s existing indoor and smart-building lines of products.
“This partnership offers a true one-stop-shop solution for businesses, factories and cities that have specific requirements for their Internet of Things networks,” said Steve Kilts, CEO and co-founder, Radio Bridge. “Kerlink’s world-class hardware and network-management software bring a new dimension to Radio Bridge’s growing suite of LoRaWAN services for customers across many key industries.”
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Edited by Ken Briodagh