Internet of Things Showcase


Check out our model applications, use cases and technology showcases around the Internet of Things

May 15

Remote Control Raspberry Pi LED from Web Browser

By Aravindan Chandrasekaran | Internet of Things

One function that makes the Internet of Things the Internet of Things is remote control of devices, being able to trigger action from a remote location. This is otherwise known as remote configuration. Whether it’s a home, an office, or an industrial site, connected devices rely on some form of automation through sensors or machines and need a mechanism to control their operation remotely.

Apr 26

Have a Dialog with Your Home via Watson Conversation Service

By Shyam Purkayastha | Cloud Computing , Internet of Things

Man’s desire to be a part of the social ecosystem has led to the invention of many communication and information sharing tools. This trend is now morphing to include use cases where we interact with non-living things, as well. Let’s look at one such application where we can communicate with our things through chat, just like way we would Whatsapp our family and friends.

Mar 15

Introducing LoRa with Microchip RN2483

By Surya Igor | Internet of Things

LoRaWAN™ is the most widely deployed LPWAN technology across the world as on this day. Although it is facing stiff competition from some rival LPWAN standards, it is definitely going to stay for some time. With many telcos around the world committing to its deployment and a strong backing of companies for the LoRaWAN™ Alliance, it will be interesting to see how far it goes.   

We at Radiostudio have recently taken up the challenge to explore this exciting technology. As always, our approach is to conceptualize possible applications that can be built with a new technology. In the process, we stumbled upon the Microchip RN2483 LoRa chip and did a few exciting trials.  In this blog post, we present to you a very brief introduction to LoRa technology along with a short feature overview of the Microchip RN 2483 Lora transceiver chip.  

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