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THE solution to deploy
a private LoRa mesh network.


A lot of IoT use cases show accessibility
issues to end-devices
• With many obstructions around
(metal, concrete, building walls)
• Deeply buried in soil, road or mine tunnels.
A lot of customers ask for a lightweight and instantly operable IoT infrastructure for
• Data collect on demand (Data Harvesting)
• Real time monitoring from a decision center (Remote Control).


In our motto “Connecting Deep All”
Propose an affordable networking
technology to efficiently and securely
• Access to devices hard to reach
• Collect devices data and control their
behavior on the fly.
Provide a software stack making any
LoRaTM compatible device
(sensor, actuator, gateway)
able to better connect with each other.


ORAMA-Net, the most advanced networking technology using LoRa™ radiocommunication.
• Once installed into LoRa™ gateways, sensors or actuators, ORAMA-Net automatically builds a self-organized & self-healing mesh network.
• Gateway becomes ON-Spot,
the ORAMA-Net cluster head and network access point.
• Sensor/actuator becomes ON-Device, which collaborates with others to settle the best connectivity as ever.



Current mesh networks are short range  (~100m for each hop)ORAMA-Net is a long-range mesh network (~1km min. for each hop)Fewer gateways & relays for the same 
coverage.  Greater network stability & resilience
Most IoT networks have a downlink dependent on the uplink flow 
(i.e. impossible to reach an object if it does not send a message)
ORAMA-Net is a MANET (Mobile Adhoc Network); 
in addition to gateways, objects constitute the 
infrastructure of a self-configuring & self-healing network
Possibility to query an object at any time (return in less than 20s)
Collect on demand or data harvesting 
function by mobile gateway
In star-type IoT networks, the quality of service (QoS) and the lifetime of the object depend mainly on its distance from the gateway.The QoS of ORAMA-Net does not depend on the position of the object; its lifetime depends only on the number of messages exchangedLess gateway, therefore less fixed costs.
Greater flexibility and speed of implementation
Most mesh networks use radio frequencies and modulations that do not allow good signal penetration in the event of 
an obstacle (e.g. concrete)
ORAMA-Net uses sub-GHz frequencies and LoRa™ 
modulation for better signal penetration
Better consistency and predictability of QoS and object lifetime. 
Less intervention on the battery
In a static infrastructure, the network coverage depends only on the number of gateways and their capacityIn ORAMA-Net, up and down flows are independent and deterministicBetter probability of building a mesh network in an obstructing environment (container, well, heavily partitioned buildings)




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