Wanesy Wave indoor asset tracking using WiFi and BLE
Kerlink has launched a real-time, indoor asset-tracking-and-counting system that uses WiFi or Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Wanesy Wave is an indoor anchor that includes both Wi-Fi and BLE tracking technologies.
Contact-tracing solution to suppress COVID-19
Kerlink and Microshare have announced their collaboration in delivering a turnkey solution to trace contacts proximity in the workplace to help to fight spread of COVID-19.
LoRaWAN network in Kenya to help bring running water
Partnering to use LoRaWAN to deliver running water to homes in developing countries, Kerlink and CityTaps have installed a pilot project to help Kenyans receive, monitor and pay for water use.
Collaboration for automated stem-water measuring system
Kerlink and Saturas have announced that Kerlink will provide Saturas with LoRa-based hardware and software as it launches its automated stem-water measuring system technology commercially.
Collaboration for LoRaWAN deployment in Germany
Kerlink and ZENNER IoT Solutions have collaborated on what claims to be the largest LoRaWAN deployment in Germany, including up to 3,000 Kerlink Wirnet LoRaWAN gateways. The network is operated by Netze BW, the largest distribution network company for electricity, gas, and water in Baden-Württemberg, Germany’s third-largest state.
IoT enhances radon-monitoring on Mount Etna
In a novel example of the broad applications of LoRaWAN Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the IoT, has announced its Wirnet gateway is powering a radon-monitoring sensing project on Europe’s most active volcano, Mount Etna.
Water monitoring pilot program implemented
Kerlink has announced the success of a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) pilot program for reservoir water monitoring in Uganda and Iraq, which incorporates Kerlink’s LoRaWAN gateway technology.
Versatile IoT network coverage expanded to Amsterdam airport
Kerlink and MCS have completed the joint deployment of a LoRaWAN private IoT network in The Netherlands at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, one of the largest international airports in Europe. The network offers coverage in all public areas such as the arrival and departure halls, lounges, piers, and Schiphol Plaza, and in non-public areas such as the baggage basements and aprons.
Low power IoT reference design LoRaWAN certified
Kerlink and Objenious have announced that Kerlink’s Low Power IoT Reference Design has been certified on Objenious’s LoRaWAN network. Kerlink LP IoT Reference Design is a complete package of hardware, software, tools, and recommendations for prototyping and producing final products easily and quickly.
LoRaWAN gateway with 3G/4G backhaul for indoor coverage
Kerlink has announced the latest member of its i-series LoRaWAN gateway line targeting use cases in smart cities, smart buildings, and other digital applications that require dedicated indoor coverage and/or network densification, operational excellence and built-in 3G/4G backhaul.
Partnership to expand LoRaWAN network deployments
Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, Kerlink, and Tata Communications Transformation Services (TCTS), have announced a partnership to promote and deploy LoRaWAN IoT networks globally. The partnership was announced at the LoRa Alliance three-day All Members Meeting in Berlin.
Distribution agreement for LoRaWAN networks in New Zealand
A specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), Kerlink, and Access Networks, which provides networking, wireless, and IoT solutions throughout New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, have announced their distribution agreement for those markets.
Kerlink licenses low power IoT reference design solution
Kerlink and Kaertech have announced that Kaertech has licensed Kerlink’s Low Power IoT (LPIoT) Reference Design solution to design and manufacture LoRa devices for its customers.
Accelerating IoT adoption in Latin America
Specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), Kerlink, and Electronica Elemon, electronic components distributor in Argentina, have announced that Electronica Elemon is selling and installing Kerlink’s IoT solutions in Argentina. Electronica Elemon serves the country’s largest cities, where it focuses on manufacturers and large businesses, and municipalities deploying smart-city solutions.
Geolocation services to offer IoT location solution
Specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), Kerlink, and LORIOT, a global provider of LoRaWAN and IoT infrastructure software, have announced they will offer Kerlink’s geolocation service to LORIOT’s worldwide customers. The Swiss startup has provided LoRa-based low-power, wide-area (LPWA) network-server solutions to customers in more than 130 countries in partnership with leading national and international IoT ...
Smart-City project for air pollution monitoring system in India
In a smart-city project to help the city of Kakinada, India, to monitor both air-and-noise pollution and other environmental hazards, Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the IoT, and Oizom, an environmental-monitoring-system provider, have announced that Kerlink’s Wirnet Stations are powering Oizom’s comprehensive, ambient air-quality monitoring system, Polludrone, in that city.
Japanese subsidiary to serve growing interest in the IoT
Specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), Kerlink, has announced the launch of a Japanese subsidiary to support LoRa network deployments in that country and accelerate the company’s growth in Japan and across Asia.
Smart-mining project built on with distribution agreement
Building on their recent success deploying an Internet of Things (IoT) network for an Australian mining company that requires stringent water-conservation management, Kerlink and M2M Connectivity have signed a distribution agreement for Australia and New Zealand.
Geolocation solution For LoRa IoT devices demonstrated
Dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, Kerlink, will demonstrate its full device-geolocation technology at The Things Network Slovenia event and the first The Things Conference on Tour event in Slovenia, in cooperation with IRNAS Institute, a Slovenian lab dedicated to developing advanced solutions for IoT devices, wireless optical communication systems and other technologies.
Distribution agreement to support Japan’s IoT
Specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), Kerlink, and Macnica Networks, a Japanese provider of network hardware, software and services, have announced that Macnica Networks is marketing, selling and supporting Kerlink’s solutions for Japan’s fast-growing IoT market.