A LoRaWAN GPS tracker is a device that uses GPS (Global Positioning System) technology to determine its location and LoRaWAN (Long Range Wide Area Network) technology to communicate that location data wirelessly to a LoRaWAN gateway or network server.
LoRaWAN is a low-power, long-range wireless communication protocol designed specifically for IoT (Internet of Things) devices. It allows for long-range, low-power communication between devices and the internet, making it ideal for IoT applications such as asset tracking and monitoring.
A LoRaWAN GPS tracker can be used to track and monitor the location of assets, vehicles, or people in real-time. The tracker can be attached to the asset or person, and the location data can be transmitted wirelessly to a LoRaWAN gateway or network server, which can then be accessed via a web-based platform or mobile application.
Overall, a LoRaWAN GPS tracker provides a cost-effective and efficient solution for real-time location tracking and monitoring in a wide range of IoT applications.