Are you an engineer looking to optimize your private LoRaWAN network by incorporating cutting-edge technologies like STM32WL55 Nucleo Board and Machinechat JEDI Pro? You're in the right place.
Scott Raeker presents a comprehensive guide to integrating these components into your LoRaWAN network, helping you unlock greater operational efficiency and data visualization capabilities.
The technical how-to guides you through setting up a STM32WL55 Nucleo board as a LoRa sensor development node, adding this sensor node to a ChirpStack-based private LoRaWAN network, and utilizing HTTP integration to effectively feed sensor data into Machinechat’s JEDI Pro software. This project involves a deep dive into the utilization of Seeed’s IP67-rated industrial LoRaWAN gateway to forward LoRa sensor packets to a private ChirpStack LoRaWAN network server. In addition, you'll learn how to use the JEDI Pro along with your network server on the same Seeed Odyssey Blue mini PC.
By focusing on the integration and efficient operation of LoRaWAN and Machinechat JEDI Pro, you'll gain an invaluable understanding of how to create a robust and efficient IoT infrastructure. Follow along as Scott explores the practical steps necessary to make this a reality.
Unleashing the Power of IoT: Optimizing Your Private LoRaWAN Network with STM32WL55 Nucleo Sensor Board and Machinechat JEDI Pro Platform
Harness the potential of STM32WL55 Nucleo Board and Machinechat's JEDI Pro Platform
Source Author: Scott Raeker
Principal Applications Engineer, Digi-Key Electronics
May 6, 2022