Python and LoRaWAN were hot topics in Amsterdam during The Things Conference. The hottest topics it would seem, from the number of people who decided to join us in our workshop: “How to become an IoT developer if you are a web developer”.
A panel of experts lead by Zerynth, AAEON Europe and the University of Pisa, will discuss how LPWANs are enabling IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
In this article, we’ll see how to get and visualize sensor data of LoRa nodes using Zerynth, The Things Network and Matplotlib.
In this tutorial, we’ll see how to create a LoraWAN network programmed in Python using Zerynth and connected to The Things Network.
Another important town is now covered with LPWAN, a low power, long range, and low bandwidth networking solution that’s ideal for smart cities.
Zerynth currently supports several Microchip MCUs and modules, including SAM3X8 and SAMD21 devices, with support for PIC32 devices coming soon.
September 2016 has been a month full of IoT Events for us. Following is a brief description of the events in which we participated.