LoRaWAN Devices from Browan Communications are Certified on the TagoIO IoT Cloud Platform

Browan and TagoIO are making it easier to build applications for smart buildings, industry, utilities, logistics, and more.

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Tago Io And Browan

TagoIO, an innovative developer of an end-to-end cloud platform that integrates IoT dashboards, analytics, storage, notification, devices, and user management functionality transforming the way companies create value from their connected products, is glad to announce the integration of their platform with the Tabs devices from Browan Communications, an integrator of wireless technology using WiFi, BLE, LTE and LoRa to customize products for IoT applications.

This new integration will allow users to build complete IoT solutions through the utilization of current dashboards, storage, analytics, notifications, and user management tools from TagoIO in combination with LoRaWAN sensors. The Tabs sensors will be able to communicate through several LoRaWAN network servers that are already available to use on the platform.

“We are excited to support the great line of products from Browan on our IoT Platform. This will greatly enable developers and companies of any industry to start to build great solutions quickly and at the lowest cost,” commented Fabio Rosa, CEO of TagoIO. “Integration and speed are some of the key aspects we focus on at TagoIO, and having Browan onboard with their LoRaWAN sensors will greatly help us utilize this vision”. 

 Both Browan and TagoIO share a common goal of allowing users and enterprises to execute their IoT plans with ease. Bringing together Browan’s smart building and smart tracking hardware devices into TagoIO’s application platform will make the experience of LoRaWAN more efficient, seamless and cost-effective for end consumers and enterprise clients alike,” said Henry Huang, CEO of Browan. 

Browan hardware’s current offering includes door/window sensors, motion sensors; temperature/humidity/air quality sensors, ambient light sensor, water leak sensors, sound level sensors, and object locator sensors.

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