Tag "ttncat"

Monitor your TTN gateways with Node-RED

This time I’d like to write a quick post about a small project we’ve been working on at the The Things Network community in Barcelona (@ttncat). We were worried about the monitoring of the gateways we have deployed, both as a community but also as individuals. Some of our partners have also deployed their own gateways and they are part of the community. The TTNCat gateway at Vista Rica in Barcelona So how do we get (almost) real-time notifications of incidences in the local TTN network?...

RAK833 meets Raspberry Pi

You might have heard about The Things Network (TTN from now on) here or somewhere else. If you have not, then it’s a good opportunity to visit the project and check if there is a community of users around you. I have been a core member of the TTN Catalunya community for over 2 years now. This year we are working hard deploying several new gateways in Barcelona and doing workshops and hackathons with the main goal of helping individuals and social entities to carry out projects around a LoRaWan open, libre (free as in freedom) and neutral telemetry network....

Low power in LoRaWan world - Meet the RN2483

I’m working on a project were I have to build a network of battery powered sensors over a territory the size of a small town.The sensors will monitor power consumption, temperature and humidity in energy poor households. Often the families in that situation can’t afford an internet connection at home so WiFi is out of question. GPRS would be an option but lately other radio technologies have come to my interest....