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Self-contained cloud gateway accelerates IoT deployment

03 December 2021

Wittra, a Swedish tech company, has unveiled two new multi-protocol offerings to accelerate the deployment of internet of things (IoT).

The company has launched its UnifiedGateway 360 and Chameleon Devices that are designed to make IoT accessible to the mass market.

The Unified Gateway 360 is a self-contained cloud gateway with cabled Ethernet or cellular that can be deployed to monitor assets through a cloud-based API. The gateway includes sensor and location data to cloud service and is based on open and secure standards for a multi-protocol approach covering 6LoWPAN or LoRa.

The Chameleon devices are IP67 sealed and certified and include integrated sensors, location functions and high-performance radio technology to deliver data to the Unified Gateway. The Chameleon automatically connects to the low power, IP based network once registered in the Wittra user portal.

Wittra’s technology offers 3D positioning for floor-level resolution in multi-level buildings, which has been a struggle with other wireless location systems. Location intelligence is gathered from multiple devices in multiple locations and is fused together in the Unified Gateway using Wittra Intelligent positioning engine (WIPE).

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