FIWARE IoT Agent for the LoRaWaN Protocol
It is based on the IoT Agent Node.js Library. Further general information about the FIWARE IoT Agents framework, its architecture and the common interaction model can be found in the library's GitHub repository.
As explained in What is LoRaWAN™, the proposed Network Architecture for a LoRaWAN based system relies on a mesh network architecture composed of End nodes, Concentrators, Network Servers and Application Servers. This IoTA is fully compliant with this architecture, providing interoperability between FIWARE NGSI Context Brokers and LoRaWAN devices.
Information about how to install the LoRaWAN IoT Agent can be found at the corresponding section of the Installation & Administration Guide.
Dockerfile is also available for your use - further information can be found here
Information about how to use the IoT Agent can be found in the User & Programmers Manual.
The roadmap of this FIWARE GE is described here
This project is part of FIWARE and has been rated as follows:
FIWARE IoT Agent for LoRaWAN protocol is licensed under Affero General Public License (GPL) version 3.
© 2019 Atos Spain S.A
The following third-party library is used under license:
- iotagent-node-lib - AGPL © 2014-2019 Telefonica Investigación y Desarrollo
Are there any legal issues with AGPL 3.0? Is it safe for me to use?
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