Catholic University of Leuven launches IoT network

Wednesday 25 October 2017 | 14:14 CET | News
The Catholic University of Leuven has developed an IoT network, reports Datanews. The mobile network has the support of the city council. 'DingNet' will run on the open source software of The Things Network, developed in collaboration with VersaSense, a spin-off of the DistriNet research group of the Computer Science Department at the university. The network will be free for users, such as companies and groups at the university that want to test services. These will include sensors and other IoT applications.

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