Released: June 2022
With the release of version 22Q2, IoT Wonderland got upgraded with a wide range of improvements and new features. Check out the list below to see what was added.
New search control to easily find trackers
Map in 3D-view
Released: April 2022
In collaboration with the University of East Anglia, we conducted scientific research on migratory behavior of vultures on the Iberian peninsula using Movetech-Telemetry LoRaWAN® GPS Trackers and the IoT Wonderland Tracking Platform.
We are experiencing rapid environmental changes due to human activity ranging from intensification of agriculture to changes in weather patterns and due to climate change. Understanding the movement behaviour of wild animals such as birds in response to these changes is of utmost importance if we are to conserve their populations. One way we can acheive this is by using GPS trackers which can provide a detailed insight into the behaviour and habitat selection of the species we study.
For more information please read the Usecase Article on Loriot.io
Released: February 2022
With the TTS Release 3.18 IoT Wonderland has been integrated into The Things Network's ecosystem. This template allows users of TTN to connect their devices to IoT Wonderland with just a few clicks.
For further information about how to use the integration template, please visit the IoT Wonderland help pages on TTN.
The IoT tracking platform which supports the largest variety of networks and seamlessly integrates your tracking devices
Released: January 2022
The humble beginnings of IoT Wonderland reach back to 2019, when it was used solely for the purpose of testing new LoRaWAN tracking hardware. Since then we've worked on the tool to enable real-life IoT use cases for our users, with a strong focus on wildlife monitoring.
Since the beginning of 2022 we are increasing efforts to improve the platform. Our vision for IoT Wonderland is to make it an easy to use tracking management platform which is freely available for enthusiasts, and competitively priced for researchers and industrial users.