The Camarillo semiconductor and Internet of Things (IoT) manufacturer is providing its long-range low-power wide area network, or LoRaWAN technology, to DIC Corp.’s HatteTotte sensors, which are designed to monitor temperature and humidity in smart building such as malls, workplaces and homes, the company said in a release.
Marc Pégulu, vice president of product marketing and strategy at Semtech, said that as the world moves into a post-pandemic period, the environment inside buildings is important to create a safe space for people.
“DIC’s utilization of LoRaWAN for its HatteTotte sensors showcases the remarkable ease of use and deployment of Internet of Things solutions to create a smarter planet for its customers,” Pégulu said in a statement.
HatteTotte sensors are thin, available in a normal or waterproof versions, easy to install with its peel and stick feature, and last up to five years with a built-in battery. Once the sensor is installed, deployment is simple via a personal computer where the end user can monitor the temperature, humidity and light inside a space and automate accordingly for comfort, Semtech said in its release.
Shares of Semtech (SMTC) closed Friday up $1.65, or about 2.6 percent, to $65.29 on the Nasdaq, on a day when that market closed up 1 percent.