ST Engineering JV with SP Group to roll out LoRaWAN-powered sensor network
It is affordable and a fast access for business and IoT providers.
SPTel, the joint venture between ST Engineering and SP Group, revealed its LoRaWAN-powered sensor network for IoT devices, the first for the Lion City
The sensor network features cost-efficient and fast access for businesses and IoT providers to connect their devices and backhaul connectivity to a secure IoT-as-a-service platform.
The LoRaWAN gateways is also sustainable as it is being operated by solar energy and provides long-range, low-power bi-directional communication for sensor deployment in areas such as asset tracking, waste management, and air quality control.
SPTel's sensor network covers 70% of heartlands, 42% of hawker centres, and 52% of town councils, with plans to expand.
According to SPTel CEO Titus Yong, the network brings reliable and secure solution for businesses and government agencies to jumpstart their IoT adoption.
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