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MultiTech completes smart city implementation in Weinan

Adrian M. Reodique | Aug. 15, 2016
The agricultural community in the city can now monitor and analyse critical information like wind speed, barometric pressure, temperature and humidity.

Multi-Tech Systems Inc. -- a manufacturer of machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices -- has completed its smart city implementation in Weinan City, located in the Shaanxi Province of China.

The system is aimed at empowering the agricultural community in the city to monitor and analyse information like wind speed, barometric pressure, temperature and humidity.

In a press release, MultiTech said they utilised their IoT solutions in conjunction with sensors and a LoRaWAN network server to enable a system capable of tracking and analysing critical data from sensors deployed throughout Weinan's 2.5 mile span.

LoRaWAN was used to provide a low-power Wide Area Network (LPWAN), which is specialised for interconnecting devices that require a low-bit rate and often infrequent connection. The network server also allow public or private single or multi-tenant networks to connect multiple applications in the same space - coexisting to enable new M2M, IoT, sensor-network, smart city, and industrial-automation applications.

MultiTech also leveraged MultiConnect Conduit to provide access to critical data from Weinan's remote sensors deployed on cell towers and throughout the HighTech District of the

 

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