Release date: 21th November 2018
We officially support Over-The-Air Activation (OTAA) on LoRa. This means that you’re now able to select between OTAA and ABP in the device creation dialog, and later see and edit the Application EUI and Application Key from the network settings. From there, you can download a
keys.h file that contains these keys and use them with the SDK, which supports OTAA as well.
If you always wanted to present the current signal to noise ratio or received signal strength on a pinboard, but couldn’t, you are in luck! We now let you use metadata such as RSSI, SNR and LoRa Port from your payload conversions.
One of the most requested LoRa related features was port support. We heard you, and now it’s here - both for uplinks and downlinks (on supported networks).
For downlink, you can either send the port inside the
"meta" field - which works both with CBOR and ABCL, or preset it using ABCL
$metaPort, ports are available in uplinks as well.
On the device side, you can now set the uplink port in our SDK, and you can get the downlink port in the actuation callback.
Find and use the Comparison chart control to visualize multiple numerical assets in the single historical timeline. For example, you can easily compare temperatures measured by devices in different areas: