The IoT uses LPWAN to detect and monitor live stock, which enhances the capability of monitoring for livestock in real-time. This helps farmers with having a closer look at their farm and cattle, giving them a quick chance to take the right actions if something abnormal is noticed - like theft or losing an animal. The trackers can identify the animal's behavior, speed, location, and movement history. LPWAN battery life and wide coverage are important factors in agriculture development; they enable long-range tracking.



The benefits of LPWAN extend to greater productivity and more effective use of resources when linking devices simultaneously. Additionally, costs associated with connecting units over a broad area network are minimized- meaning setup times is shorter and monthly expenses are lowered overall.
LPWAN uses the ISM frequency spectrum to provide a low-power wide area network. The use of this frequency band allows LPWAN systems to be smaller, faster and more reliable than traditional narrowband networks.


LPWAN technology offers a number of benefits, such as low power consumption and long battery life. It also makes it easy to record data for inspection purposes and allows users to access information quickly in the event of any issues with the system. Furthermore, LPWAN notifications will let you know if specific parameters are being exceeded.