Hello there! We’ve done a test of the reed contact on our SimplePack Plus. You can find information about the reed sensor we’re using here. The purpose of this testing was to find out: Best magnet type to use Best magnet shape to use Best magnet strength to use The
If you are walking around Prague and noticing our devices everywhere, it is not a dream or magic, it is a new Direct Echo marketing campaign! We are excited that the Direct insurance company has launched a massive B2C campaign featuring both SimpleLeak and SimplePack on billboards and city lights.
Recently, we’ve tested the SimplePack Plus when mounted onto a water pipe. The purpose of this test was to test how precisely and how fast the device will monitor temperature changes of water in pipes without direct contact with the liquid – there is a myriad of use cases that
Because of global regulations, Sigfox currently uses 6 different radio configurations. Each radio zone differs based on three parameters: (1) the first is frequency range, (2) the second is the maximum radiated power, (3) the third is radio front end specificities. A Sigfox device will transmit properly only in the RC
You probably already know that we are fighting against gadgetry and fancying the technologies. We are up to make real business cases and stories. Therefore, we strongly recommend starting your IoT project by asking Why. Why do you see a business case behind it? Why do you track these assets?
We are desperate! We have the best network in the IoT world. We have cool devices. We have fantastic partners in 60 countries worldwide. But every day, we see the same mistakes being repeated. We see an unfulfilled promise. And all it takes is to stop the gadgetry. Use gadgetry
In networking, we grow! Are you looking for a chance to meet up and check our products in real life? We are on our way to make that happen! Great to announce four up-coming IoT events of this autumn! Gitex Tech Week The biggest tech show in the Middle East,
SimplePack is a universal Sigfox-enabled device that integrators can build their IoT solutions upon. Our goal to build various scenarios and test the devices under different conditions in order to push the limits and see the outcomes. This time we have done heat testing. The purpose of the project was
Because of global regulations, Sigfox currently uses 6 different radio configurations. A Sigfox device will transmit properly only in the RC zone it is currently set up for. When leaving one RC zone and entering another, it would make sense for Sigfox devices created for global tracking to be able
Thanks for your interest in Sigfox and Simple Hardware products. In order to install the devices it is important to understand several things: Sigfox is working on the edge of what’s physically possible. There is less margin in radio performance than in both WiFi and GSM. Sigfox needs to work
This summer our Simple Hardware team was running webinar series, which included 7 insights. Check out the recordings and slides here. We’ve got a lot of positive feedback from all over the world. Now we give you a chance to influence the future of the series and announce Simple Hardware
There are many use cases that require precision. In this blog post we are going to explain the differences between our three WiFi-enabled versions of modes, so you know precisely (pun intended) which one to use for your project. WiFi-enabled user modes are more precise versions of the Standard modes