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In addition to offering connectivity via our Things Network V3 stack Users can now technically access NB-IOT & LTE Cat M-1 cellular networks with our Kage platform. We have enabled the Digital Matter cellular trackers to work in our platform. A quick start guide for the Yabby cellular can be found here
Vue lovers, good news! A VueJS version of our tracking application “shuriken” template will soon be available - stay tuned.
We are exploring options to provide dev kits for a variety of use cases. Stay tuned for progress on that.
There is a workshop scheduled for Saturday 16 November at the Auckland University (314 -390 Khyber Pass Rd. New Market) where devs can use our templates to hack their own IOT applications.
The workshop will show how to build a real working GPS tracking system.
The format will be a tutorial that sets you up with IoT NINJA, installs required components and creates a complete working application. We will use LoRaWAN and Things Network in this example and the Vodafone nb-iot networks.
If your interested, you can register [here]. Tickets are limited so get one quickly. If it's already booked out, let us know if your interested in attending the next one and we will let you know when it is due.
THE THINGS CONFERENCE - ADELAIDE
Adam (Founder & CTO) is speaking at the Things Network Conference in Adelaide, Aus on Tuesday 19 November on how to build IOT applications in seconds. If you are interested in attending, the link is https://thethingsnetwork.org.au/
|Ninja Lore: Our tracking application is named “Shuriken” (literally “hidden hand blade”) They were a popular and practical weapon and could be used in many ways - just like our tracking application templates…|
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