LoRa is a bit like a set of earbuds.
You didn’t know that you need it, until you have used it once.
But what makes it so indispensable? Let’s see: LoRaWAN stands for Long Range Wide Area Network. What at first might sound rather complicated, is actually quite simple: Where other wireless technologies (like your Wifi at home) have a locally limited transmission range, LoRaWAN will send (mostly via sensors) small size data packages over long distances. The LoRa network operates in low power mode and provides also deep indoor coverage. This is especially useful for installations in basements, multi-floor buildings and technical rooms. And to top it all off, HOOC has developed his own LoRa network, so that its solution will not only provide you with deep and large wireless coverage at reasonable prices, but also meet the highest security and safety standards.
Résumé: A modern wireless solution and exciting alternative for the smart upgrading of your existing systems.
What you GET and GAIN:
NICE to have:
Wide product range of sensors and actuators from many well-known manufacturers / new sensors and actuators that can be added to the portfolio if required / company branding (app) / intelligent user and access management
Just a BIT tech talk:
Connection via HOOC LoRaWAN network (developed by HOOC and operated by customers)
Radio coverage via local HOOC gateways (LoRa packet forwarders)
Interface for sensors/actuators which are pre-parameterized by HOOC
Access to fieldbus data thanks to HOOC client app or HOOC REST API
Download here the complete brochure.
NO OBLIGATION TO BUY!
After your registration, we are going to send you a starter device (gateway). This will allow you test ALL HOOC solutions 30 days for free.
Then you ...
can either buy one of our products
contact us for a customized solution
or just follow us on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn so that you get some insights about our upcoming events, newest solution features or planned product developments.
By the way: There is no need to send us back the starter gateway. Keep it — who knows, it might be of use for the testing of our next solution idea.