SILVANET BORDER GATEWAY
Early detection wildfire alerts are made possible thanks to Dryad's Border Gateway. Get in touch to learn more about our patent-pending mesh network that can protect even the most remote forests.
The Silvanet Border Gateway is placed at the border of the target forest area, typically in a forest house or near a village.
The Border Gateway communicates with the Silvanet Cloud Platform, relaying messages from Wildfire Sensors directly or indirectly via Mesh Gateways.
Connectivity throughout the border gateway is provided wirelessly using the built-in LTE radio (4G/LTE-M with 2G/GPRS fallback) or the built-in Ethernet adapter via a wired Internet connection.
For remote areas or where there is no mobile network coverage and no access to mains power, the Silvanet Border Gateway has built-in support for satellite uplink using the SWARM satellite network.
Solar- or mains powered
Built-in satellite communications (SWARM)
Extends to large areas with Mesh Gateways
Ethernet, 4G/LTE-M, 2G/GPRS fallback
Firmware updates over-the-air (FUOTA)
BORDER GATEWAY TECHNICAL DATA
63 x 46 x 4,5cm
Optional, external, 67 x 36cm
-40℃ to +85℃
0% to 100% Condensing
Plastic (Weather, UV-proof)
FCC Part 15.247, 109, 209
ETSI EN 300 019
ETSI EN 55024
ETSI EN 300 489
HEALTH & GROWTH MONITORING
Maintenance-free (10-15 yr)
Mesh Gateway to Border Gateway (ratio)
Typically 20 Mesh Gateways per 1 Border Gateway
Mains powered (PoE) or Solar panel (optional), battery-free
Mounted on pole or attached to a tree
4G/LTE-M, 2G/GPRS fallback
SWARM up- and downlink
Space X / Starlink service
Other satellite Internet
VSat iFast Ku or C-Band
LORA RADIO PARAMETERS