Oyster LoRaWAN®GPS

IoT For Everyone

IoT sensors have become critical to improving operational efficiency, reducing costs and enhancing worker safety.

LoRa Antennas

External and Internal Antennas with wide range of accessories

IoT Sensors

Allows anyone to build out massive, cost-effective wireless infrastructures.


HotSpots are the better way to build wireless IoT infrastructure.

There are many types of IoT sensors and an even greater number of applications and use cases

Sensors come in many shapes and sizes

List of Commonly used Sensors in the Internet of Things (IoT) Devices you need to know

From agricultural sensors to water leak detectors to temperature and humidity sensors, we have the sensors you need for robust monitoring.
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Pressure Sensor
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Accelerometer and Gyroscope Sensor
  • IR Sensor
  • Optical Sensor
  • Gas Sensor
  • Smoke Sensor

What IoT devices use helium?


What devices can use the network?

Everything from tracking scooters, to soil sensors in farms, to tracking the water level of bottles in water coolers. Anyone can use LongFi, which works on existing IoT hardware, to create lots of different products.

Each Helium hotspot has a Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN), which, in contrast to average WLAN routers, has a range that is almost 200 times greater. As a result, the IoT devices can connect to the networks cost-effectively and without a WLAN or SIM card. Additionally, connecting via LoRaWAN is more power-efficient than via WLAN.

Ready to Use Devices

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What Is LoRa®?

LoRa is the de facto platform for LPWAN IoT, connecting sensors to the Cloud and enabling real-time communication of data and analytics that can be utilized to enhance efficiency and productivity.

  • April 1, 2022

IoT Sensors

What comes first, the chicken or the egg? This same principle applies to Helium. What comes first, the network or the products used on the network (IoT sensors and trackers).

  • June 21, 2021

SenseCAP Wireless Air Temperature and Humidity Sensor

SenseCAP Wireless Air Temperature and Humidity Sensor measures temperature and humidity in the atmosphere at the range of -40℃ to 85℃ and 0 to 100 %RH (non-condensing) respectively. With a

  • May 26, 2021

What kind of devices can use Helium?

LoRaWAN / LongFi has many different use cases, it is a low bandwidth and low power solution making it ideal for devices out in the field that send or receive