MIOTY or its technical specification -Telegram Splitting Ultra-narrow Band (TS-UNB) - is the only LPWAN protocol standardized by ETSI for low throughput networks (TS 103 357). This standard represents a breakthrough in the primary barrier to worldwide IoT scalability.
MIOTY data packets can travel over 15km. Only a few base stations are needed for full coverage in vast areas like industrial complexes, campuses or oilfields. With flexible base station deployment, you'll also get coverage in previously unfeasible, hard-to-reach locations and cellular “blind spots.”
ULTRA-LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
Optimized for power efficiency, the MIOTY protocol has the longest sensor battery life of any other LPWAN technology on the market . Avoid the hassle of battery replacement and recharging on a monthly, weekly or even daily basis.
EXCEPTIONAL MOBILE CONNECTIVITY
Unlike traditional LPWAN technologies, which are limited in mobility, MIOTY allows you to collect data from sensors travelling up to 120 km/h velocity, unlocking a wide array of connected worker and fleet management applications.
UNMATCHED SCALABILITY AND MESSAGING CAPACITY
MIOTY operates without interference through other networks or its own transmissions – enabling 1M+ devices per network and up to 1.5M messages per day. Aggregating millions of daily messages from thousands of devices using only a single base station, MIOTY networks scale as IoT devices grow rapidly, all while requiring the least infrastructure to be deployed.
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