Transform Your Organization
with Custom Engineered LoRaWAN-connected Edge Devices

Transform Your Operations with Rugged LoRaWAN Devices

The LoRaWAN® specification is ideal for devices that need long range bi-directional communication, mobility and localization services, or end-to-end security, such as actuators and sensors or gateways and hotspots. 

As a result, LoRaWAN has created the opportunity to put computing on the edge in locations Wi-Fi and Bluetooth cannot support. 

And, just as with other networking protocols, Comark has helped clients take advantage of this opportunity by creating custom-designed rugged devices that can capture and use data in more ways and places than ever before.

Featured Solution
Helium Network-based LoRaWAN Hotspot

A  LoRaWAN network server provider (LNS) came to Comark looking for help designing and quickly manufacturing a telecommunications device that could mine cryptocurrency even as it acted as a mobile hotspot for end users.

After consulting on the specific needs of the client, Comark’s design team created a ruggedized LoRaWAN hotspot that buyers can use to extend their network coverage using the Helium Network, the world’s largest LoRaWAN network, while getting compensated in $HNT from end users leveraging the network.

This custom product creates a peer-to-peer decentralized wireless network with secure authentication, low power consumption, and reliable connectivity. Best of all, these wireless hotspots are turn-key for the client to resell to end users.

Why Comark for LoRaWAN

  • Over 40 years of experience designing edge devices 
  • Custom-engineering expertise, even on emerging networks
  • In-house manufacturing, testing, and customer support
  • Ability to meet a wide range of industry and use case certifications, including:
    • FCC Marking (U.S.) 
    • ATEX Zone-2/22 approval certificate (EU)
    • IECEx International Safety Compliance (International)
    • IP65/66 NEMA (International)
    • ABS Type Approval based on IEC 60945 (U.S.)
    • MIL-810-G (U.S.)

What is LoRaWAN?

LoRaWAN stands for long range wireless area network. It is a low power, wide area (LPWA) networking protocol designed to wirelessly connect low-power devices in regional, national, or global networks. LoRaWAN networks can be public, shared, private, or enterprise deployments.

The Helium Network is the world’s largest LoRaWAN network operating today.

Certifications

LoRaWAN-Connected Devices
ITAR Compliant Registered Manufacturer
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MIL-810-G
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NFPA 72/UL 864
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IECEx International Safety Compliance (International)

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IECEx/ATEX Zone-2/22
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IP65/66 NEMA
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ABS Type Approval (IEC 60945)
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UC/cUL Class I Div. 2 Hazardous Locations, UL/cUL 508/UL 61010, UL 60950, FCC Marking

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