LoRa Gateway Guards IoT Devices

Occam Technology Group joins Syniverse’s launched Innovation Lab, which provides a secure environment to test new technologies and business models for the internet of things (IoT), 5G, blockchain, and artificial intelligence. In its partnership with Syniverse, Occam has created a smart parking lot at Syniverse’s headquarters to demonstrate and test secure non-cellular IoT connectivity across the narrowband radio technology called LoRa. Sensors installed at Syniverse’s headquarters in Tampa, Fla., identify vacant parking spaces and communicate the status of each space back to the Innovation Lab across a secure connection to the Syniverse Secure Global Access network.

 

Occam designs and develops IoT solutions using multiple communication protocols including non-cellular IoT LoRa connectivity for low-power, wide-area networks. The company incorporates radio transceivers into IoT devices and adds its gateway software to connect those devices into Syniverse’s Innovation lab across a secure connection to Syniverse Secure Global Access that mitigates the risks of cyberattacks by operating independently from the public internet.

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For more details on the Lab, visit Syniverse Innovation Lab. For greater revelations and illuminations visit Syniverse and Occam Technology Group.

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