Acklio's SCHC library allows to port IP-based services (ex. DLMS, LwM2M, Modbus) with minimum engineering effort. Acklio's SCHC implementation offers a standard adaptation layer for accelerated time-to-market and reduced TCO.
Compressing a bit requires 500 times less energy than transmitting it! SCHC compression drastically reduces the volume of traffic transported over networks, which translates in improved energy efficiency for the device, and higher network capacity.
Develop or adapt your device application to any LPWAN technology (LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT, LTE Cat-M, satellite, etc. ). Built on top of our Acklio SCHC library, it remains compatible with the different underlying connectivities.
Empowering your IoT devices. The Acklio SDK device enriches the most constrained end devices with the ability to use the TCP/IP stack. This allows real end-to-end communication over IP between the device and the application.
Acklio’s IP network core allows seamless integration of LPWANs within the IP sphere. In addition to the mirroring compression/fragmentation applications operated with the SCHC library, it allows IP-binding in standalone deployment.
Full compliance with standards RFC 8724, 9011 and 8824, LoRa Alliance TS010, DLMS UA).
IP/UDP stack emulation (IPV4/IPV6) with predefined rules.
Fragmentation (3 modes) supporting dynamic MTU
Exclusive extra optimizations
Support LoRaWAN, but also Sigfox, NB-IoT NIDD, NB-IOT IP / LTE-M, satellite, & more
Open to other communication layers, legacy and proprietary LPWANs
Multi-OS: Bare metal, real-time OS (freeRTOS, ZephyrOS, etc.)
Multi-platform: ARM (Cortex-M0+, M3, M4), X86, ...
Low footprint: ex. for 1KB max size payload, 30KB flash & 8KB RAM.
Additional features are available as plugins: DTLS, Modbus, CoAP, LWM2M