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Longview IoT Adds New Products to Their IoT Solution

By Chrissie Cluney
June 10, 2019

Longview IoT, a Carnegie Technologies company, has added significant additions to its current comprehensive IoT solution.

These products include an enhanced version of their Longview IoT LoRa gateway. This gateway has multiple frequencies for coverage worldwide, a new gateway specifically designed for indoor environments and also a wide range of new sensors to support a growing list of enterprise IoT use cases.

“The Longview IoT Solution is the only complete, end-to-end IoT solution engineered specifically for enterprise scalability, security, reliability and performance,” said Brad Bush, managing director, Longview IoT. “These additions to our product portfolio build on Longview IoT’s mission of making IoT easy, accessible and secure for all enterprises worldwide.”

The company also has the traditional IoT offerings, which delivers a comprehensive and technologically superior IoT solution. Some more of these offerings include interoperable sensors, gateways, cloud analytics and industry-specific applications that come pre-configured for simple installation. Longview IoT assists other companies to reduce their costs and increase efficiency with its IoT solution. Longview IoT’s new product lineup will help it extend its leadership position in enterprise IoT.

What are some of the new products in the lineup? A new version of the Longview IoT Gateway offers increased power output and supports both the 800 MHz and 900 MHz frequencies to cover several additional regions. These regions include Europe, Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia. The gateway also assists companies in North and South America.

The Longview IoT Gateway is a wide-area networking device that creates LoRaWAN connectivity for sensors and other IoT components. Therefore the company has its Longview IoT MicroGateway, which is an affordable indoor LoRaWAN gateway that quickly creates a high-speed 900 MHz LoRaWAN IoT network. With its small form factor and flexible power and connectivity options, the MicroGateway is an addition to office, residential, factory or warehouse environments.

A range of new Longview IoT Sensors includes two new push button sensors, a temperature and humidity sensor, a leak sensor, a fill sensor, a motor sensor and an air-quality sensor. This products allows Longview IoT to support a broad range of IoT use cases across vertical markets, which range from asset tracking to site and equipment monitoring to safety applications.

The Longview IoT solution builds on top of the LoRa protocol. It extends its capabilities with technologies such as Longview IoT’s patented Super-B protocol. This protocol allows for more scalable networks and over-the-air upgrades, meshed gateways that drive lower operations costs and hybrid GPS for better location with less battery usage.


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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