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By Rich Handley

BehrTech Launches LPWAN for Industrial IoT Network and Device Management

BehrTech, a disruptive enabler of wireless connectivity for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), has announced the release of MYTHINGS Central, a low-power wide area network (LPWAN) and device-management software platform for on- and off-boarding, cloud and backend integration, data monitoring, and network troubleshooting. MYTHINGS Central supports IIoT networks powered by the ETSI-standardized MIOTYTMLPWAN technology.

With an open API-driven approach, MYTHINGS Central enables customers to connect, configure and manage thousands of sensors for innumerable Industrial IoT applications, such as environmental monitoring, worker safety, infrastructure and facility management. MYTHINGS Central can be deployed in any environment, whether on the base station, at a customer's premises or in the cloud.

"MYTHINGS Central provides the flexible integration needed to streamline the costs and complexities of massive scale IoT network deployments and management," said Wolfgang Thieme, BehrTech's chief product officer, in a prepared statement. "Its modular, scalable and secure design allows customers to easily transition from proofs-of-concept to full-scale IoT deployments."

Microsoft's Azure cloud connector is natively embedded in the MYTHINGS Central software design. Through Azure resources, such as the IoT Hub, customers can collect large amounts of data from thousands of devices for real-time analysis and visualization.

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