Modern remote monitoring technology is not merely limited to a single or independent sensor measurement or data processing, but the complex integration of multiple devices, servers and platforms from end to the central location. In order to solve the practical needs of remote monitoring in agriculture, Ursalink proposes a multi-functional remote monitoring solution based on the integration of Web remote access and wireless mobile communication technology (LoRaWAN® sensor nodes in wireless sensor network as an example).

System Structure


This system is composed of 5 parts: data acquisition terminal, LoRaWAN-based data transmission module, LoRaWAN® gateway, network server, and Web-based data management platform.

With functions of data transmission, storage, processing, and analysis, the system provides a turnkey solution from field data collection to data transmission and network management, which realizes real-time monitoring of multiple environmental factors. Also, admins can browse data records, check history, analyze real-time situations, export lists and set user levels.


Real-time data collection and transmission

Operators can use LoRaWAN® sensors (like UC11-T1) to directly collect data from the agricultural environment or deploy LoRaWAN® sensor node (like UC11-N1) to connect to legacy sensors with RS232/RS485 ports.

Large-scale Deployment

A single UG85/UG87 LoRaWAN® gateway can support seamless connectivity with around 2000 end nodes. It provides 10km-radio-communication range fundamentally in the proliferation of your IoT deployment.

Easy Setup

Ursalink LoRaWAN® gateway features embedded network server and has high compatibility with multiple 3rd party network servers such as The Things Network (TTN), LORIOT, and ThingWorx. It simplifies the data transmission from a sensor or LoRaWAN® sensor node to Control Center and is easy to get your IoT project off the ground.

Quick Management

Users can access the back-end anytime and anywhere and manage distributed terminals.