Hi @iladyman . We are well aware of LoRaWAN and are keen to support the technology in the future. Our system was designed with “future proofing” in mind – to support a variety of new network technologies available now, or not yet invented. The design concept is to produce various HUBs to support to various broadcast technologies . – WiFi, Thread, Zigbee, LoRaWAN, HomeKit, ZWave, etc, etc. etc. We designed and spec’d the HUB as simple as possible so that swapping a HUB is both easy and inexpensive, while keeping the same sensor devices (AIR, SKY, ++). You can think of your current HUB as a “WiFi HUB”…and at some point we’ll make a “LoRaWAN HUB”.
Note: A direct connection from SKY to a LoRaWAN network will not work. The raw data transmitted from SKY would just be gibberish. The HUB collects, interprets, and filters the data using a library of proprietary code and algorithms before publishing. When changes and improvements are required, the firmware on the HUB receives and runs the new software that governs the raw data from the devices. Additionally, the data from the sensor devices is transmitted via long range 868/915mHz radio signal. The LoRaWAN network would need a 868/915mHz receiver … which is another key function that the HUB performs.