Minneapolis, MN, March 3, 2020 –
Radio Bridge Inc, a leading supplier of wireless sensors in the Internet of Things industry, announces the release of ChirpStack integration through the Radio Bridge Console. Radio Bridge is also offering the use of their private ChirpStack server for free in conjunction with Radio Bridge sensors. In both cases, the user can easily provision and manage sensors through the standard Device Management Console interface.
ChirpStack is an open-source LoRaWAN network server that is easy to install and maintain, which is perfect when a private installation of a LoRaWAN network server is required. The Radio Bridge Console provides three ways to use ChirpStack:
- Private installation by the customer – In this case customers can install their own private instance of the ChirpStack server, and then link it to the Device Management Console.
- Use the Radio Bridge instance of ChirpStack for free – Radio Bridge has created their own private installation of ChirpStack which can be used with Radio Bridge sensors for free.
- Radio Bridge installs, hosts, and maintains your own private installation of ChirpStack – Radio Bridge can set up the ChirpStack server according to your custom requirements, host the server for you, and provide maintenance and support.
The “open architecture” developed by Radio Bridge allows customers to mix-and-match system components as they see fit. Radio Bridge can provide any or all pieces in the LoRaWAN sensor-to-cloud ecosystem, customize sensors according to end-customer requirements, and provide consulting services for any level in the hierarchy.
To use the Radio Bridge ChirpStack server for free, simply set your gateway to use the basic Semtech forwarder and point it to the Radio Bridge instance of the server as shown in the following document:
For pricing information regarding the private ChirpStack hosting, see the standard price guide:
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About Radio Bridge
Radio Bridge Inc. designs and manufactures long-range wireless sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT) industry using emerging wireless standards such as LoRaWAN. The portfolio of sensors are all designed for very long-range, low cost, and extended battery life applications. Target industries include building security and automation, smart cities, medical devices, and industrial automation. Radio Bridge is a member of the LoRa Alliance. For more information, visit www.radiobridge.com.