The LoRaWAN by ADEUNIS RF demonstrator is a ready to use system, which provides connection to the any operated network using the LoRaWAN protocol. With 3 integrated sensors (GPS, accelerometer, temperature) this demonstrator allows to transmit and instantly view the radio frames on the compatible networks. This demonstrator is particularly suitable for the validation of applications like sensor networks, environment, intelligent buildings, metering, security, or M2M. These applications can thus be validated on site before the deployment of infrastructure. With built-in rechargeable battery, this demonstrator allows for many hours of use.
The following data are currently recorded:
- Raw Adeunis data as event
- Signal strength measurement including RSSI (Received signal strength indication), SNR (Signal noise ratio) and average SNR
- Battery voltage measurement
- Device temperature measurement
- Accelerometer warning as alarm
- Button 1 triggered as event
- GPS position as event and location update
Configuring Adeunis devices for Cumulocity
Currently Cumulocity only supports connecting Adeunis LoRa Demonstrator devices via Actility AS. After connecting and adding your device in your Actility AS instance (https://partners.thingpark.com/) you have to create a new "AS Routing Profile" for Cumulocity using destination http://actility-server.cumulocity.com as a "Third Party AS (HTTP)" and assign it to your devices.
When your device is configured correctly in Actility AS, you can register the device with Cumulocity via the normal device registration process using the serial number.
Data created by Adeunis devices
The full payload contained in the data callback will be created as an event. Any location updates and triggering of the button will create an event as well.
The signal strength, battery and temperature values will be created as measurements.
When the accelerometer of the device is triggered, an alarm is generated. The alarm is cleared automatically if the device is being stationary in the next measurement period.
The location and movement of the devices is tracked with each received GPS position.