SILVANET MESH GATEWAY
Dryad's LoRaWAN mesh network allows early wildfire detection across vast land areas thanks to distributed LoRaWAN gateways. Get in touch to discover more.
The Silvanet Mesh Gateway extends the Silvanet Network to large deployments beyond the reach of the standard single-hop direct connection between sensors and gateways in standard LoRaWAN networks.
The patent-pending architecture uses a multi-hop mesh network of Gateways interconnected with LoRa and each serving as a standard LoRaWAN gateway to Silvanet Wildfire Sensors and third party sensors.
The solar-powered Mesh Gateways are placed in the forest, forming a LoRaWAN mesh network with a typical distance of 2-6 km depending on the topology and physical placement of the Mesh Gateways.
It does not require direct 4G/LTE radio or Ethernet connectivity which ensures low power consumption supported by the built-in solar panel.
Extend LoRaWAN networks to large areas
Supports any LoRaWAN compliant sensors
Automatic network configuration
Self-healing, auto fail-over mesh
Firmware Update Over-the-Air
MESH GATEWAY TECHNICAL DATA
56 x 30 x 4 cm
50 x 25 cm
-40℃ to +85℃
0% to 100% Condensing
Plastic (Weather, UV-proof)
Maintenance-free (10-15 yr)
Mesh Gateway to Border Gateway (Ratio)
Typically 20 Mesh Gateways per 1 Border Gateway
Mesh Gateway to Sensor (Ratio)
Typically 100 sensors per Gateway, depending on topology
Max distance between Mesh Gateways
2-6 km, depending on topology and placement of Gateways
Mounted on pole or attached to a tree
LORA RADIO PARAMETERS