Paul has written a great article here on his experience getting going with the Digital Matter Oyster LoRaWAN GPS device: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/sydney-lorawan-gps-trial-success-paul-mcmanus/
A customer is testing our Oyster devices (Oyster Web Page) and comparing to a competitor that they are also evaluating. Interestingly the competitive product does not do very well when getting GPS fixes and often can’t get a location fix. It is a point of education that we are trying to get across – the… Continue reading GPS performance – design makes a massive difference!
Alex, Marc and the team are busy with integrating the Oyster LoRaWAN onto TG. Alex’s gateway is on his desk, so a sub-optimal intallation (local testing), but it still managed to communicate with an Oyster across town quite nicely. Part of the work is to make sure that we can send LoRaWAN down-link messages to… Continue reading Oyster LoRaWAN GPS on Telematics Guru
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The first batch of our new Oyster LoRaWAN battery-powered GPS asset tracker has just gone through production and we now have limited stock for system integrators to start testing and trialling. The Oyster housing is IP67 rated (waterproof) and contains 3 x AA batteries which power the device. It uses an accelerometer to intelligently manage… Continue reading LoRaWAN Battery-Powered GPS Asset Location Goes To Production
One of our very first 2G Remora battery-powered GPS units got strapped to a lamp post outside our office in Johannesburg, and set to do periodic uploads every 2 hours. Two years later and still going strong! Not bad from a set of 4 x C cell Alkaline batteries. It’s not doing trip tracking but… Continue reading Remora on Lamp Post 2nd Anniversary