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Atmosphere IoT Supports LoRa and Joins The Things Network

Atmosphere IoT has announced it has become a member of
The Things Network (TTN) partner program and Marketplace. Atmosphere’s
cloud-based software platform for rapid development and management of IoT
solutions can utilize LoRaWAN for embedded design and cloud connectivity across
TTN’s global network.

Thousands of developers use the Atmosphere IoT Studio to
quickly develop sensor-to-cloud solutions using its a low-code drag-and-drop
integrated development environment (IDE). Atmosphere’s library of IoT building
blocks includes the MikroElektronica LoRa 2 Click board for easy, drag and drop
integration within embedded system designs.

According to the company, commercial customers use
Atmosphere IoT Central for connecting and managing a distributed network of
devices, data users, and services, which includes highly configurable
dashboards and notifications. Atmosphere has integrated multiple LoRa-based
wireless sensor node devices from TTN partner RadioBridge.

Atmosphere has added support for LoRaWAN in conjunction
with an enterprise customer deployment. The customer, tasked with remotely
monitoring critical assets in the energy industry, deployed a solution to
support devices using wireless sensors communicating via The Things Network
across multiple regions in the United States.

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Atmosphere IoT Supports LoRa and Joins The Things Network

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