RFI Solver Software for LoRa® Localisation
Solver Server Functions
One of the main functions of the RFI solver Server is to turn the received timestamps, received from the gateways, into GPS coordinates (latitude, longitude and altitude) for each sensor. Additionally the server stores all the timestamps for replay, or re-calculation at a later instance. Thereby making it possible to track a sensor traveling through the network. The server supports an API for storing and retrieving timestamps of the LoRa® messages as well as displaying the location of the sensors with the aid of Google maps, or on a local (leaflet) map.
To see a live demo of the Localisation function click here. On the map you see the geolocation of a LoRa sensor. The geolocation of the LoRa sensor is calculated from the time difference that the transmitted message from the sensor arrives at each LoRa base station. This method of geolocation is also known as Time Difference of Arrival (TDoA) localisation.
- Calculate location (latitude, longitude, altitude) from timestamps (API) from received LoRa® messages
- Store timestamps (250/s) and retrieve them (API)
- OAuth 2.0 and user accounts
- A client token can be used to only access certain sensors, applications or both
- Fully redundant, clusterable
- Google map support and leaflet support for local maps
- Multi vendor and multi timestamp version (accuracy) support
Order code: RE.70.RSSx