Epishine and The Things Industries have announced a partnership that it says is set to reshape the development landscape of self-powered electronics on LoRaWAN. This collaboration introduces a self-powered device, merging Epishine's indoor solar cell technology with The Things Industries’ comprehensive suite of products and services for end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) solutions on the LoRaWAN network.

At the heart of this partnership lies the development of self-powered Generic Nodes optimized for operation on LoRaWAN networks. These devices showcase Epishine's innovative indoor solar cell technology, while simultaneously serving as a gateway to understand and unlock access to The Things Industries’ integrated solutions for building complete, self-sustaining IoT solutions.

What sets this platform apart from others on the market is its unique ability to establish a foundation for maintenance free sensors, capturing indoor light to generate continuous power and optimized by The Things Industries’ expertise in integrated IoT solutions.

"We are thrilled to enter this new phase in our collaboration with The Things Industries, to introduce an easy way to develop self-powered sensors to the market. By leveraging the potential of our solar cell technology, these devices offer an easier way for businesses to explore self-powered IoT solutions using the hardware and LoRaWAN infrastructure from The Things Industries", Jonas Bergqvist, CTO at Epishine explained.

Wienke Giezeman, CEO at The Things Industries, explained, "Our collaboration with Epishine signifies a strategic step forward in advancing IoT solutions. These self-powered devices offer an excellent opportunity for businesses to familiarize themselves with our integrated chain of products and services designed for seamless IoT implementation."