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.
ISSUE & SOLUTION
DATA COLLECT ISSUE & SOLUTION
ACCESSIBILITY ISSUE & SOLUTION
|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 exchanged||Less 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 capacity||In ORAMA-Net, up and down flows are independent and deterministic||Better probability of building a mesh network in an obstructing environment (container, well, heavily partitioned buildings)|