Lace makes the Internet of Things and M2M simple, economic, fast, wireless and global

Your new business horizons

Smart meters for water and gas, soil pH analyzers, personal geo-trackers, machine-to-machine services—these are only the first items in the long, long list of business opportunities in the IoT field.

Cheap and easy-to-install sensors which never require re-charging and are integrated into the global network—that is all that smart objects need in order to be explored around the world. And that process has just begun.

With the help of the Lace network, you can get the data from a sensor located at any point in the world. Each Lace-compatible sensor costs far less than traditional analogues. Moreover, it doesn’t require re-charging and may transmit the data over tens of kilometers. Lace is a technology which consists of micro-data and Big Data, miniature devices and global networks, unprecedented economy and stable profitability, ease of installation and widely scalable integration projects.

Why Lace?


Ease of use

In order to start transmitting data through the Lace system, you don’t need any proprietary equipment. All you need is a smart sensor compatible with the LoRaWAN standard. Once you have that, all that remains is integration of your backend systems with your sensors through Lace API.


Long range

Lace’s radio waves have a better penetration than traditional networks like GSM. Meanwhile, Lace provides a high level of reliability and incomparably less energy consumption.


Works in any country

Lace does not rely on any specific radio frequency. This network operates in so-called industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radio bands. That means that a Lace-compatible device can work in any country even if it moves around the world. It has nothing to do with “roaming” or “SIM-card”


Low energy consumption

The smart objects connected through the Lace network are activated only when they receive or transmit data. This is a reason why they have such small energy consumption and why they can work autonomously within 10-20 years.


Low cost

All technical solutions built on Lace technology have dramatically lower costs than their GSM, Wi-Fi and BlueTooth-based analogues. All your project investments will be related only with purchasing and installation of Lace-compatible devices, plus the reasonable yearly fee—which covers uninterruptable 24/7 connectivity.


Open standard

Lace uses the worldwide open standard LoRaWAN, developed by LoRa Alliance. Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification is intended for wireless battery operated Things in a regional, national or global network. This means that you are not dependent on one producer of sensors. Today, smart objects compatible with LoRaWAN are produced by dozens of factories on all continents.

Lace ecosystem

Lace partners is a global ecosystem. Internet of things opens up many business opportunities for a wide variety of companies. We made visual infographic to help you find your place in this ecosystem.


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Steps to begin

First of all, you need to define which Lace-compatible devices you need. The choice is wide: these devices are produced on all continents. The criteria of choice: form-factor, price and purchase conditions. There are options where you can order fully customized Lace-compatible device for your project. For such cases, Lace offers all necessary materials such as drawings, charts, source codes and specifications. So, almost any sensor producer can build a device for you. All that is left to do is integrate the Lace network with your information system via the extremely convenient Lace-API.

  • Choice

    Choose, buy or make Lace-connected devices

  • Installation

    Install Lace-connected devices

  • Integration

    Integrate Lace-connected devices with your information system

Frequently asked questions

Not at all, Lace Company is not producing end Things. Every electronic device producer can make smart sensors compatible with LoRaWAN specification.

With developers in mind, we provide the device with source codes and an activated connection over the Lace network, making it easy to try.

In the middle of 2015, Lace will cover all major cities in the Russian Federation. Moreover, Lace can appear any place in the world where there are consumers of LoRaWAN devices.

The competitive technologies which are currently working with the Internet of Things are: cable connection, GSM, Wi-Fi, Zig Bee and BlueTooth. All of them are expensive, complex in installation as well as in servicing in comparison with Lace. Plus, Lace uses the open, energy-effective and secure data interchange protocol LoRaWAN.


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