Transform Your Organization
with Custom Engineered LoRaWAN-connected Edge Devices

Transform Your Operations with Rugged LoRaWAN Devices

The LoRaWAN® specification is ideal for devices that need long range bi-directional communication, mobility and localization services, or end-to-end security, such as actuators and sensors or gateways and hotspots. 

As a result, LoRaWAN has created the opportunity to put computing on the edge in locations Wi-Fi and Bluetooth cannot support. 

And, just as with other networking protocols, Comark has helped clients take advantage of this opportunity by creating custom-designed rugged devices that can capture and use data in more ways and places than ever before.

Featured Solution
Helium Network-based LoRaWAN Hotspot

A  LoRaWAN network server provider (LNS) came to Comark looking for help designing and quickly manufacturing a telecommunications device that could mine cryptocurrency even as it acted as a mobile hotspot for end users.

After consulting on the specific needs of the client, Comark’s design team created a ruggedized LoRaWAN hotspot that buyers can use to extend their network coverage using the Helium Network, the world’s largest LoRaWAN network, while getting compensated in $HNT from end users leveraging the network.

This custom product creates a peer-to-peer decentralized wireless network with secure authentication, low power consumption, and reliable connectivity. Best of all, these wireless hotspots are turn-key for the client to resell to end users.

Why Comark for LoRaWAN

  • Over 40 years of experience designing edge devices 
  • Custom-engineering expertise, even on emerging networks
  • In-house manufacturing, testing, and customer support
  • Ability to meet a wide range of industry and use case certifications, including:
    • FCC Marking (U.S.) 
    • ATEX Zone-2/22 approval certificate (EU)
    • IECEx International Safety Compliance (International)
    • IP65/66 NEMA (International)
    • ABS Type Approval based on IEC 60945 (U.S.)
    • MIL-810-G (U.S.)

What is LoRaWAN?

LoRaWAN stands for long range wireless area network. It is a low power, wide area (LPWA) networking protocol designed to wirelessly connect low-power devices in regional, national, or global networks. LoRaWAN networks can be public, shared, private, or enterprise deployments.

The Helium Network is the world’s largest LoRaWAN network operating today.


LoRaWAN-Connected Devices
ITAR Compliant Registered Manufacturer
NFPA 72/UL 864

IECEx International Safety Compliance (International)

IECEx/ATEX Zone-2/22
IP65/66 NEMA
ABS Type Approval (IEC 60945)
UC/cUL Class I Div. 2 Hazardous Locations, UL/cUL 508/UL 61010, UL 60950, FCC Marking

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