Connecting large scale IoT solutions to the IoT has never been more energy efficient, easier, secure or cost efficient. We are the owner and exclusive operator of the public, national 0G Network dedicated to the IoT based on leading LPWAN 0G technology.
Organisations don’t need to invest in building and maintaining IoT networks to realise the proven efficiency gains of large scale IoT deployments connecting high volumes of assets or facilities. Thinxtra has done the work for you and enables Massive IoT projects, in the shortest time frames at the lowest total cost of ownership and risk, so you get the data you need to realise your return on investment.
Our reliable and secure 0G Network combined with the right devices, data platform and services allows you to focus on your business objectives, while we take care of the build and operation of the IoT network infrastructure. We remove commercial IoT complexities with a simple, fixed connectivity subscription fee per device you connect to the 0G Network and can even deliver end-to-end solutions based on managed service fees.
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Two or three IoT messages a day change everything.
The 0G Network is the most energy efficient, low-bandwidth wireless network specifically designed to connect physical assets with the digital world at massive scale. Small amounts of asset data is collected, reliably and securely transported, transformed and integrated with data analytics or business processes. The unique capability of Thinxtra’s 0G technology allows reliable prediction of the battery life of IoT devices, up to 7-10 years.
This unlocks the business case for Massive IoT, tracking and monitoring unpowered assets at scale.
Thousands, hundreds of thousands or millions of IoT devices can be attached to physical assets which then simply track and monitor themselves sending you vital information such as location, temperature, movement, fill levels to name just a few.
In addition, see coverage in more than 70 other countries around the world.
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Thinxtra is the exclusive solution partner in ANZ and HK for Soracom to provide the right connectivity choice to our customers and partners.
Soracom’s fully integrated suite of IoT products brings together everything that’s required to build and deploy technical innovations to the market that can scale globally.
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Sigfox has designed its technology and network to meet the requirements of mass IoT applications; long device battery life-cycle, low device cost, low connectivity fee, high network capacity, and long range.
A device is not attached to a specific base station unlike cellular protocols. The broadcasted message is received by any base station in the range, which is 3 in average.
An uplink message has up to 12-bytes payload and takes an average 2s over the air to reach the base stations which monitors the spectrum looking for UNB signals to demodulate. For a 12-byte data payload, a Sigfox frame will use 26 bytes in total. The payload allowance in downlink messages is 8 bytes.
Sigfox has tailored a lightweight protocol to handle small messages. Less data to send means less energy consumption, hence longer battery life.
Using the Ultra Narrow Band modulation, Sigfox operate in the 200 kHz of the publicly available band to exchange radio messages over the air. Each message is 100 Hz wide and transferred at 100 or 600 bits per second a data rate, depending on the region. Hence, long distances can be achieved while being very robust against the noise.
The transmission is unsynchronized between the device and the network. The device broadcasts each message 3 times on 3 different frequencies (frequency hopping). The base stations monitor the spectrum and look for UNB signals to demodulate.
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