NETTROTTER is a company founded in 2015 to develop a network totally dedicated to the IoT based on LPWA SIGFOX technology. The Company is 95% controlled by EI TOWERS and owned by THINKTHANK 2000 as a minority shareholder. Thanks to the structure of EI Towers, a leading tower company in Italy that has over 3,400 stations for radioelectric equipment in Italy, NETTROTTER can count on a widespread presence throughout the national territory.
The NETTROTTER network is developed on LPWA SIGFOX (Low Power Wide Area) technology: it is a new and innovative ultra-narrow band wireless communication protocol, operating on the 868MHz free frequency, which provides numerous advantages over existing communication networks, representing therefore the ideal solution for any connected application that requires: ease of use, low cost and low energy consumption, with the additional benefits of excellent safety and mobility support.
The devices (base stations) that make up the NETTROTTER IoT network, thanks to the small size of the antenna and the high reception sensitivity, are able to pick up the signals that the devices transmit. The network has effective coverage and ensures efficient, reliable and simple management of the information requested by each customer. Thanks to the Nettrotter network, today, in Italy, thousands of devices successfully transmit countless values detected on the Italian territory for the benefit of the owners of such data, the NETTROTTER customers, which the company supports at 360 ° and on which, thanks to the presence of a network operator qualified as Nettrotter, do not burden the costs and activities typical of a local or national network management
In addition to the important effort to build its own network in Italy, Nettrotter focuses on the promotion and implementation of the most immediate use cases that can benefit from the innovative turnkey solutions (devices + connectivity and cloud + platforms), autonomous, of long-lasting and low-cost, including: geolocation of goods and people, energy efficiency of buildings, monitoring and control of infrastructures and public utilities, assistance, safety of people and buildings