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The Enless Sensors added to The Things Network (TTN) Device Repository

Reminder about The Things Network

The Things Network (TTN) is a global network dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT) based on LoRaWAN (Long Range Wide Area Network) technology. TTN was created with the aim of providing an open and collaborative infrastructure for the connectivity of smart objects over long distances, with a focus on ease of use and accessibility.

What is The Things Network Device Repository?

The Things Network Device Repository is a library that lists various types of sensors, modules, and devices that can be used on the TTN network. The main goal of this repository is to simplify the process of integrating sensors into the TTN network, providing developers and users with a centralized list of certified devices. Users can quickly select and integrate the sensors of their choice, facilitating the deployment and management of IoT solutions.

Benefits of integrating Enless sensors with TTN

1. Ease of Integration
The Things Network users no longer need to manually search for Enless sensor specifications, as they are now available in the TTN Device Repository.

2. Time Saving
Simplified integration accelerates the deployment process of Enless sensors, allowing users to save time in configuring their IoT networks.

3. Improved Interoperability
By integrating into the TTN Device Repository, Enless sensors benefit from improved interoperability with other devices and equipment compatible with the LoRaWAN network.