The new Low Power Wide Area networks (LPWAN) are intended to deploy a large number of sensors in the field. Typically the payloads from LPWAN devices are limited. They cannot be used over these LPWAN networks.
To support LoRaWAN devices, we have, in conjunction with Proximus Enco, developed a containerized implementation of a Binary payload. These containers are based on a per sensor type and provide you an easy and lean way to upload you sensor data over the Proximus Public LoRaWAN network.
The convention for the containers is outlined below and fully implemented into our Arduino LoRAWAN SDK
#define BINARY_TILT_SENSOR ((short)2)
When manually creating an asset from Maker, make sure you use the asset name (the numbers in the table below), corresponding with the data type you need!
|Definition||Asset name||Data type||Asset profile|
All fields are required
Latitude and longitude are required, altitude and timestamp are optional
|Definition||Name||Data type||Asset profile|