The current market offers expensive LoRaWAN™ gateways or not developed for outdoor use. Today, the solution adapted to this lack is called LORIX One. With over 10 years of experience in deploying WiFi gateways, we have designed a small, high-performance gateway that is easy to deploy and adaptable to any climate.
You can read our announcement for the LORIX OS, a brand new software solution including a reactive web interface and reliable remote updates making the LORIX One even easier to configure and monitor.
15 June 2020
We're pleased to announce the v1.0.0 release of the LORIX OS!
23 December 2019
The needs of the Internet of Things, and LoRa® in particular, have continued to grow this year. As a result, we have seen a…
We picked the LORIX One for its robust design and the development freedom it allows. Our first installation has been flawless despite the harsh weather environment. Within the first year of operation the LORIX One has survived the extreme heat and high gust winds without any maintenance effort. It is still on top of our choices for both turnkey applications and research oriented development.
CH2i brings smart for IoT projects, including energy harvesting, agriculture, lighting, tracking and any other innovative projects born by our customers concepts. LORIX One gateway fulfill our strict requirements in terms of technology, resistance, size, certification, easy setup. As a cherry on the cake, the system is open source and we successfully installed full LoRaWAN server onto the gateway without any problem. It is running smoothly on our production environment.
There is not really too much options when you need a real outdoor LoRaWAN gateway. This one rocks, no wire for antenna, just plug your POE Ethernet cable and voilà. Up and running without breaking the bank, a must have.
The LORIX One is the only developer focused, extensible platform built from the ground up for LoRa applications and available in a rugged turnkey appliance. I looked at dozens of solutions to deploy in the harsh Australian climate, and thoughtful design features like PoE, multiple antenna options, IP65 certification, Yocto Linux, storage expansion via MicroSD and open source toolchains set the LORIX One ahead by a long shot.