Create beautiful Dashboards with our no-code and easy-to-use Dashboard Editor.
Templates for LoRaWAN Devices
Datacake offers templates for your LoRaWAN devices. If you add a new LoRa device, all you have to do is enter a DevEUI. Afterwards the device with dashboard and payload decoder as well as uplinks is created on the platform. No programming is necessary. In a few minutes you will see the measured values on the Datacake Dashboard.
Write your Payload De-/Encoders on Datacake
In order to support multiple LoRaWAN network servers and many devices, Datacake has a dedicated section where payload decoders can be stored. These also have access to metadata of the gateways. For the connection of LNS and Datacake, a webhook is required.
Set and Control all your Devices
In addition to decoding payload, Datacake also supports writing Uplink Encoders and creates a special Front-End for them. You can also combine those with Fields in the Datacake Database of your Device and create a Dashboard using Input-Widgets like Sliders, Knobs, or Buttons.
Works with all LoRaWAN Network Sever
Datacake offers integration for all known LoRaWAN network servers. To connect them you have to set up a so-called webhook on the server. Many already offer presets for Datacake. On customer request, we can add additional LoRaWAN network servers as support.
Create virtual fields and apply simple formulas to convert values or merge multiple fields into a single one.
Convert the value range of one sensor to another. Various methods are available.
Use Look-Up-Tables to convert numeric values into strings or status messages.
Special field for recording consumption. Shows absolute consumption and relative change.
By using a simple web-interface you can invite members, create Workspaces, and add Customers and share Devices.
It just takes a few clicks to set a specific rule that sends alerts via SMS to members of your Workspace.
Create an unlimited number of workspaces. Each can contain its own or shared devices and members.
Public MQTT Broker + Automated MQTT Forward + Authentication
Public GraphQL API + Custom Queries + Data Input
Open REST-APIForward Data into DatacakeConnect Third-Party Services
Use Node-RED to read Data from any OPC UA Device