The world's biggest LoRaWAN® conference is returning to Amsterdam on January 30 & 31 2020. Over 2000 professionals from 50+ countries will come together to meet the industry leaders, boost their IoT skillset and do business with the relevant players in the ecosystem. This will be the third edition of the conference organized every year by The Things Industries, a LoRaWAN Network Server Provider.
When it comes to device programming, you often get a hard time to make everything works. You never know if you’ve messed up with those addresses or if you missed a step.
At Wifx, we think that this step should be as fun as the others. That’s why we have worked hard the last weeks to offer you this brand new LORIX Programming Tool.
With the Programming Tool, you can setup a new firmware image on your LORIX using an official image with just a single click through a simple and comprehensive user interface. During programming, you get a feedback of the overall progression and see if everything worked fine at the end.
Wifx is pleased to welcome Christian Muller as Iot Software Manager to consolidate our development team and more specifically the software part.
As already announced, it is time for the LORIX One and the future products of the LORIX family to see evolve their software solutions that are available for our customers.
This evolution and the arrival of Christian in our team will be marked by the announcement very soon of our new USB LORIX Programming Tool to facilitate integration work and software development.
We have just returned from The Things Conference where we had a booth and had the pleasure of meeting some of you, customers but also partners and IoT enthusiasts, to whom we were able to introduce our LORIX One product.
This year was the second edition of this fantastic event, focused on LoRa/LoRaWAN technology and organized by The Things Network, a community centered around an open-source and decentralized LoRaWAN network initially created by The Things Industries.
As you maybe know, the Electronic Field took place from 31st of August to 2nd of September. A gathering of 2500 enthusiastic hackers in making things.
They also equipped the field with fast internet, power to the tent, good beer, and amazing installations as you can read it on their website, finally, a complete non-profit event.
Thanks to Connected Things for the nice blog post showing the LORIX One’s results in real conditions!