Use the Arduino with the LoRa Kit to build your IoT network


It is my pleasure to let know that through months’ work, we are ready to release the LoRa IoT Development Kit for IoT applications.

Dragino Lora IoT Kit is designed to facilitate beginners and developers to quickly learn LoRa and IoT technology. It helps users to turn the idea into a practical application and make the Internet of Things a reality. It is easy to program, create and connect your things everywhere. A number of telecom operators are currently rolling out networks, but because LoRa operates in the open spectrum you can also set up your own network. The LoRa IoT kit will show how to build LoRa network, and how to use the network to send data from a LoRa sensor node to the cloud server. When used as a private LoRa network, the LoRa gateway will connect your other LoRa nodes up to 5km however expect up to 10km range (when in line of sight) when connecting your LoRa node to a LoRa gateway!

The kit will provide:
 Necessary hardware to start with IoT projects for studying, evaluating.
 Learning the Arduino code and some other micro-controller knowledge.
 Learning how to use the commonly used sensors.
 Learning the basic knowledge of Linux.
 Learning the basic construction of IoT and how it works.
 Learning the LoRa wireless technology.
 Learning how to build a LoRa wireless network.
 Learning how to use your sensor network to communicate with different IoT servers

We have now started a campaign on Indiegogo for crowd funding of this project. We hope this kit will be useful to you. Please support us if you find this kit is useful for your project and please help us to spread it if you find this info is helpful to your friends. Your help is highly appreciated. Below is the link for the project:

Best Regards
David Guo