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The Things Network

Wia's The Things Network integration allows you to send a message from your LoRa device to the Wia cloud.

Register With The Things Network

To set up your LoRa device with The Things Network, you'll first need to create an account with them. The link to their registration page is here. Once registered, you'll be taken to the TTN console where you register Gateway's and Applications, monitor Device activity and set uplinks to push the data to other services.

Setting Up The Integration

In your Space, select Settings from the left sidebar. Then, select Integrations from the top menu, and click on the blue toggle button to start the integration.

There is no configuration needed here, simply click Create Integration.

When the integration has been created, click the gear icon for your TTN integration. Here you'll see the integration key, beginning with ik_. You'll need this key for the next step.

Connecting a TTN Application to Wia

  • If you have created an Application in your TTN console, click on the Integrations tab
  • Click on Get started by creating a new one to see the available integrations
  • Click on HTTP Integration
  • Add a random Process ID
  • Click on the Access Key that was generated earlier in your Application
  • Enter as the url
  • Select POST as the HTTP method
  • Add Bearer ik_your_integration_key, replacing the ik_your_integration_key with the key that was generated in your Wia Space
  • Nothing needs be added for Custom Header Name and Custom Header Value
  • Click on save

Now The Things Network will push all Event data from your LoRa Devices to Wia.


The Things Network is building a network for the Internet of Things by creating abundant data connectivity, so applications and businesses can flourish.
The technology we use is called LoRaWAN and it allows for things to talk to the internet without 3G or WiFi. So no WiFi codes and no mobile subscriptions.
It features low battery usage, long range and low bandwidth. Perfect for the internet of things.

The Things Network

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