Vibration Analysis for Predictive Maintenance With Radio Bridge’s New Wireless Vibration Sensor

In Industry 4.0, organizations are using wireless sensor technology to digitize manufacturing operations and enhance predictive maintenance efforts. Through digitization, machine operators can monitor physical infrastructure more efficiently, optimize maintenance schedules, and prevent costly equipment downtimes. Businesses can also unlock new revenue streams and increase customer satisfaction by acting on data-driven insights. However, success in Industry 4.0 is challenging without the right

What You Should Consider Before Designing Custom IoT Sensors & Systems

Leaders must consider many factors before going down the custom Internet of Things (IoT) design path. Moving forward without adequate preparation can create problems after sensors are deployed in the field. Organizations risk sacrificing the ROI of their digitization projects if they don’t have the right support and expertise along the way. Customized LoRa-based systems should create new efficiencies and

Custom LoRaWAN® Sensors & Systems

Oftentimes, Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and systems require customization, particularly those that are manufactured in high volumes for specialized applications. However, it can be difficult to achieve desired results with off-the-shelf devices. It takes significant expertise to launch new IoT networks successfully. Operators must understand the technical capabilities of their devices, as well as how they should work together with

Using Radio Bridge IoT Sensors to Protect Cultural Artifacts & Experiences

Many times, we forget that the Internet of Things (IoT) can enable innovation outside of SaaS and “smart” applications. We primarily associate digitization with next-generation cities, new-age security, predictive maintenance, and automated supply chain management. However, this thinking can be expanded to many other innovative use cases. The IoT and smart sensor technology can be used in many ways that aren’t

Protect Onsite Staff with Radio Bridge Sensors

One of the biggest advantages of the Internet of Things (IoT) is that companies can decentralize and automate many important activities, from data collection to surveillance Business leaders can deploy hundreds or thousands of wireless sensors without adding significant administrative burden to their organizations. Consequently, they can create new efficiencies that were

Managing Public Utilities with Wireless Sensors

One of the most exciting implications of the Internet of Things (IoT) is the development of smart cities. All over the world, city planners are using internet-enabled, wireless devices to monitor assets and automate processes that would otherwise require human intervention. Businesses and public entities are deploying IoT sensors throughout urban environments for many reasons. Utility management organizations, in

LoRaWAN® Network Server Providers

LoRa® has emerged as the leading standard around the world for wireless IoT deployments. The technology uses a chirp spread spectrum modulation scheme to enable long-distance, low-power data transmission across large networks through noisy environments. On top of LoRa is the LoRaWAN® protocol, which is essential for building and scaling next-gen IoT networks consisting of hundreds or thousands of smart

Connect Third-party Sensors to LoRaWAN® With a Dry Contact Bridge

Today, we have many long-range, low-cost wireless sensor devices at our disposal that enable us to create efficient Internet of Things (IoT) networks. With such devices, we can take advantage of disruptive wireless technology to automate the flow of information between independent, internet-enabled devices. The IoT has implications for next-generation cities, building security, medical device monitoring, industrial

Connect Honeywell 5800 Series Sensors to LoRaWAN® with Radio Bridge

For over 100 years, Honeywell has been one of the leading developers of consumer products, engineering services, and aerospace systems in the world. The company develops solutions across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, retail, and supply chain sectors.  Many know Honeywell for its high-quality security products. The company develops

Using Radio Bridge’s 4-20mA Current Loop Sensor to Connect Off-the-Shelf Devices to LoRaWAN®

At Radio Bridge, a MultiTech brand, we’ve developed a sensor that enables industrial operators and manufacturers to connect any off-the-shelf 4-20mA device to LoRaWAN® networks.  Our 4-20mA current loop sensor serves as a bridge between wireless sensors and the leading low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) standard. Using this device, operators can easily monitor