Toolset Enables Secure, Distributed, Scalable LoRaWANs

Multi-Tech Systems’ Lens LoRaWAN-optimized embedded network server and key management toolset is offered to enterprises needing to cost-effectively connect sensors and actuators clustered in a commercial or industrial facility using a private long-range wide area network (LoRaWAN). It enables resource-efficient deployment, operational resiliency and secure management of LoRaWAN networks across multiple sites at scale.  

 

Lens empowers enterprises to harness and scale the power and resilience of an edge-intelligent LoRaWAN architecture across their facilities, campuses, and customer sites. It provides Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) teams with a practical approach to secure zero-touch device activation, centralized key management, and provisioning of any LoRaWAN-compliant end devices.

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Lens processes real-time data and makes decisions locally, even during a network outage. Other features of the toolset include reduction of data sent over expensive WAN backhaul costs, store and forward capability, and keeping operational data on premise. For more details, visit MultiTech.

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