The National Narrowband Network Co (NNNCo), a LoRaWAN® network operator, announced a partnership with Digital Matter, a GPS and IoT hardware developer. The partnership has made Digital Matter’s battery-powered GPS tracking devices N-Tick Certified.
The GPS tracking devices are optimized for low-power operations, low-latency, and global adaptability.
“Digital Matter’s asset tracking devices are certified and ready to deploy at scale for asset tracking and logistics applications on our enterprise-grade LoRaWAN networks,” said CEO of NNNCo Rob Zagarella, in a press release. “This is significant for businesses who require affordable and scalable asset tracking solutions, particularly in remote regions across Australia where reliable and affordable connectivity is a substantial problem.”
Further, Digital Matter’s battery-powered Oyster GPS is also LoRaWAN® Certified.
The integration and deployment of the Digital Matter devices is simple due to its comprehensive documentation and open payload format.
For more information, visit www.digitalmatter.com.
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