What is mioty?
The MIOTY technology
MIOTY is a software based low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) protocol that was developed to overcome todays and future wireless connectivity limitations. With its best-in-class reliability and scalability, MIOTY is designed for massive industrial and commercial IoT deployments.
The core invention behind the MIOTY technology is the Telegram Splitting Multiple Access (TSMA) method. As defined by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI TS 103 357), Telegram Splitting splits the data packets to be transported in the data stream into small sub-packets at the sensor level.
The advantages of mioty technology are many:
mioty's patented Telegram Splitting technology ensures unparalleled connectivity, less interference while maintaining the lowest packet error rates, even amidst a crowded spectrum.
The protocol, coupled with battery recovery periods, accommodates the use of smaller batteries. With a power consumption of 17.8 (end-point, 868 MHz) per message, mioty transforms a battery life of over 20 years into reality.
Operating free from interference within networks or its own transmissions, mioty accommodates over 1 million devices per network and handles up to 1.5 million messages daily.
Best Choice for Mobility
Unmatched accuracy and reliability empower mioty nodes and base stations to perform optimally, even at speeds of up to 120 km/h.
Compliant with the new ETSI Standard and compatible with most hardware variants, mioty stands apart from proprietary solutions. It ensures adaptable network investments that can evolve in sync with changing needs.
Software-based mioty networks offer easy access, compatible with existing platforms, and can be tailored as private or public setups without the need for frequency licenses.
In essence, mioty represents a paradigm shift in LPWAN technology, offering not only robustness and scalability but also future-proof adaptability, making it a compelling choice for diverse IoT deployments.
Lansen Systems and mioty
Lansen is one of the first companies in the world that supports MIOTY specification to give exceptional long range, robustness, and long battery lifetime. First out was the combined CO₂, temperature and humidity sensor that was launched end of 2020. Lansen has now migrated the complete product range to include the MIOTY protocol. Furthermore, the MIOTY stack is developed inhouse for best performance, battery life and reliability.