LoRaWAN Expands Across India with IoT Network from SenRa and Senet

By Claire Swedberg

SenRa has built an Internet of Things network and provides deployments in 74 cities throughout the country, with plans to build out across all other major cities and into second- and third-tier cities and villages, for solutions ranging from utility meters to transportation and environmental condition monitoring.

SenRa, a PAN ("presence across nation") India LoRaWAN network service provider, has built an Internet of Things (IoT) network throughout the country, leveraging commercially available LoRaWAN gateways and a managed network services platform from  Senet, to cover 74 cities to date. SenRa is designing, deploying and managing scalable LoRaWAN networks across India, as well as globally in the long term. SenRa first launched LoRaWAN connectivity services...

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