New IoT Cloud Security and LoRaWAN Demo Webinar



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WR222 Gateway Release New Secured MQTTS Design to Safeguard IoT Cloud Security

When Cloud technology has become a major trend in the IT market, there was one major concern which made industrial users hesitant to adapt – security. With compliance issues over data protection and privacy high on the agenda of customer-facing operations, many enterprises felt uneasy about passing control of their critical communications infrastructure to a third party. 

The most commonly used cloud protocol MQTT relies on the TCP transport protocol. By default, TCP connections do not use encrypted communication. To encrypt the whole MQTT communication, ThingsMaster and other MQTT brokers allow the use of TLS instead of plain TCP. In the mission-critical industrial application, encryption is mandatory and highly suggested for industrial communication. The MQTTS is standardized at IANA as “secure-mqtt”. All WoMaster Routers and Switches support the latest TLSv1.2 encryption and X.509 authentication.

In addition to secured cloud security, the WR222 acts as a reliable cellular or NBIoT gateway for environment sensors and Modbus RTU devices to the Modbus TCP server or the cloud platform. WR222 supports Modbus Read and Write to RTU and sensors for an integrated data collection and configuration solution.


WR222 Gateway Release New Secured MQTTS Design to Safeguard IoT Cloud Security


Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) have developed in multiple ways. LoRa and LoRaWAN have been developed and adopted quickly due to the low power consumption and long transmission distance.  Especially applications such as IoT environment sensors, smart meters, or smart light control can be benefited by the LoRa solution.  Join the LoRaWAN demo Webinar at 10AM CET time on Mar.19 and learn more.

The LPWAN webinar series cover the following topics:
1. LoRa Controller introduction and LM/LC Demo- Feb.20

2.  LoRaWAN introduction and 322 LORA/OTA demo- Mar.19
3.  Weather Station Sensor introduction and ES105 demo- Apr.23
4.  Smart Parking introduction and demo- May.21
5.  Smart Waste Bin Fill Level Monitoring introduction and Demo- Jun.18
6.  Water Meter Reading introduction and demo- Jul.23

 Register here


Smart Waste Management with new NBIoT Waste Bin Level Sensor
In the age of IoT revolutions, more city governments globally have begun the incorporation of smart waste management solutions to increase the efficiency of waste collection and the satisfaction of citizens. WoMaster launches smart waste management by NBIoT enabled smart bin sensors that measure how full a trash bin is. The measured data is in turn transferred to the Cloud where is it further processed and analyzed. Ordinarily, the explication of the data can aid the adequate planning of trash collection and track routes can be effectively optimized.

The IS101-FL-NB-BT8 is a wireless fill-level sensor by ultrasonic detection for waste bins, postboxes, tanks, or containers. The sensor reports real-time status such as fill-in level, or temperature, or bent angle data via NBIoT wireless to the ThingsMaster OTA or customer own OTA platform by CoAP protocol with secured data encryption. The global NBIoT band is supported by B1/3/5/8/20/28. The sensor is powered by an 8000mAh battery and can work for 2-3 years depending on work mode. The ABS enclosure is IP66 weather protected. Operation temperature is from -20~70C. The Fill-Level sensor can be easily attached to any type of container or tank to monitor solids and liquids level. Together with the cloud platform, it enables cities and logistics companies to increase their operational efficiency by up to 80%.



Industrial 3.5GHz CBRS Router with 1.2Gbbps Performance for Pre 5G Network

CBRS is an acronym for Citizens Broadband Radio Service to enable enterprises to build their own private 4G/5G networks with improved 4G/5G offerings from service providers. CBRS is a band of the radio-frequency spectrum from 3.5GHz to 3.7GHz that the Federal Communications Commission has designated for sharing among three tiers of users: incumbent users, priority licensees and generally authorized, which is unlicensed.

Service providers are expected to use CBRS to replace last-mile fiber access, deliver fixed wireless services and even point-to-multipoint offerings. Enterprises and managed service providers deploy it for IoT connectivity and even for Wi-Fi replacement. LTE services could hit 1Gbps indoors and maybe 5 or 10 times that for outdoor uses with line-of-sight access. WoMaster WR329 series are first in the industry to enable CBRS in the various smart city. ​



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