nts-logoThe Smart Technology Blog – May 4, 2015 – As the Internet of Things comes of age, San Diego’s On-Ramp Wireless may be one of the prototypical companies to emerge among a wave of IoT technologies known as low-power wide-area networks.  In contrast to bandwidth-hungry wireless networks that require high power to drive video streaming and other high-volume data applications, low-power networks are intended to connect inexpensive devices that only need to occasionally “chirp” bursts of data. Think of electric and water meters, smoke alarms, parking meters, streetlights, traffic sensors, building controls, energy management systems, location tracking devices, and industrial sensor networks.  Read More>>