05.04.2017 | comtac is presenting itself at the world’s largest capital goods exhibition in Hannover, Germany (April 24-28) for the first time. The specialist for solutions “from the sensor to the cloud” showcases its all-new LoRaTM MICA Base Station at the stand of industry partner HARTING Technology Group (hall 11, booth C15).
The LoRa MICA Base Station enables business to economically build and operate private networks according to LoRa specifications to run, amongst others, Condition Monitoring applications. By using LoRa nodes with integrated sensors or sensor-interfaces, a wide variety of conditions and physical values can be recorded, documented, analyzed and controlled in industrial and infrastructural environments. A Cloud interface is readily available, making customized self-branded solutions such as reporting, analysis, monitoring or alarming easy to implement.
As a partner within the MICA network, comtac is the first to combine LORa technology with the MICA platform. HARTING IIC MICA (Modular Industry Computing Architecture) makes it possible to temporarily save, evaluate and process data in the immediate vicinity of machinery and equipment. With its modular open platform, the HARTING IIC MICA can be customized with custom hardware, software and interfaces – to suit individual requirements for Integrated Industry.
The HARTING Technology Group is skilled in the fields of electrical, electronic and optical connection, transmission and networking, as well as in manufacturing, mechatronics and software creation. The Group uses these skills to develop customized solutions and products such as connectors for energy and data transmission applications including, for example, mechanical engineering, rail technology, wind