IoT Sensor, Equipment and Software Providers are Missing New Revenue, Says Disrupter

As published by IoT Evolution World, September 12, 2017 As networks become more flexible, and network creation and management more agile – largely based on the growing densification of internet capacity and broadband access – it’s a wonder more Industrial IoT companies selling endpoint equipment, gateways, software platforms and more – are not accessing the […]

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Sensoterra Bundles Network Services from Senet Into Precision Agriculture Irrigation Solutions

As published by IoT Evolution World, July 31, 2017 In another move to turn physical sensors and related software into connected solutions, including network connectivity, two companies in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) space announced last week that they have combined forces to bring an end-to-end solution to farmers wishing to use soil moisture data to […]

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Senet’s Public LoRaWAN and Global Managed Network Services for IoT Showcased at LoRa Alliance All Members Meeting in Philadelphia


If there was one constant at the 8th Annual LoRa Alliance All Members Meeting (AMM) at the historic Franklin Center of downtown Philadelphia, it was the steady stream of visitors to Senet’s demonstrations in the LoRaWAN Open Market Place – a showcase of products, presentations and demos from the LoRa Alliance ecosystem. Thanks to top […]

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Practical Parking: PNI Sensor Corporation and Senet Roll Out LPWAN Solution

As published by IoT Evolution, May 18, 2017 One of the most interesting, “real-world” IIoT solutions introduced at the IoT World event in Santa Clara, California this week is PNI Sensor Corporation’s PlacePod high-accuracy smart parking sensor integrated with Senet’s Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) connectivity services. Searching for parking in densely populated areas wastes time and fuel. […]

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In the World of LoRaWAN, Alliances Accelerate Experimentation

As published by IoT Evolution, May 09, 2017 It is an understatement that the fast moving, still fragmented and steadily growing universe called the IoT and IIoT has thrown off more open source, open platform, ecosystem partner communities and developer enablement initiatives than any other technology shift in history. While telecommunications, for example, has always demanded interconnection, […]

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Oil & Gas: The Use Case for the Internet of Things and Low-Power Wide-Area Networks

*Image courtesy of Hexagon Geospatial

This blog post is the first of several on use cases for LoRaWAN IoT technology in the oil and gas industry. In this first post, we look at the broader benefits of IoT in the extraction, transportation and production of oil and gas, and how IoT can help them increase productivity and reduce cost. The […]

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LPWAN’s Evolving Impact on SmartAg


Now that we are approaching Spring time, and after receiving some great comments from our February blog post focused on the history and future opportunities of Smart Agriculture, we wanted to continue our SmartAg theme and take a deeper dive on how Senet provides an opportunity to farmers for several different farming technologies and techniques. […]

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The Future Of Water Management

As published by Water Online, March 13, 2017 By John Nye, VP of Business Development, Senet It is widely acknowledged that there are fundamental flaws in the nation’s water and wastewater management infrastructure (pipe systems, facilities, and equipment) that result in environmental damage and the loss of millions of gallons of water every year. Labor-intensive […]

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Low-power wide-area network standards, advantages, and use cases

As published by Embedded Computing Design, March 10, 2017 By Dave Kjendal, CTO and EVP of Engineering, Senet   The Internet of Things (IoT) may represent more innovation and change than any other technological development in our lifetime. By instrumenting the world with low-cost sensors, consumers, businesses, cities and entire countries have the opportunity to change the […]

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How a New Type of Network Is Expanding the Internet of Things

As published by the San Francisco Chronicle, February 15, 2017 By Steve Ball, Sr. Director of Product Management, Senet What if an entire city could run itself?  Low-power, wide-area networks are powering a connectivity revolution that might make that a reality. As recently as 2013, the term low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) did not exist, but […]

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Smart Cities, Sensors and Connectivity – Designing the City of the Future


Tip O’Neill famously wrote that “all politics is local.” When urban planners and government officials evaluate the utility of the Internet of Things (IoT), and the opportunities this technology presents to enhance and transform a city’s core services and infrastructure into internet-connected “smart city” services, they should take heed of the former Speaker of the […]

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New, Interactive Coverage Map Highlights Senet’s Commercially Available LPWA Network – The Largest in North America


It’s a little known fact that North America covers an area of about 24,709,000 square kilometers (9,540,000 square miles), which is about 16.5 percent of the earth’s land area. North America is also the third largest continent by area in the world which gives all of us here at Senet great pride in knowing that […]

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