How to register with

and connect your LoRaWAN™ Rapid Development Kit with it’s headquarter in Zürich, Switzerland, is one of the worldwide leading and fastest growing IoT LPWA software, solution providers. Loriot offers one of the most reliable, secure and especially user friendly platform for small to large LoRaWan deployments all around the world.

You can create your own virtual private LoRaWAN ™network in minutes, all you need is a supported LoRaWAN ™Gateway.

Follow the steps below to register with and connect your Kit

    • Sign up with at this link: or log in:
    • Make sure to register your LoRaWAN™ Gateway in the 'Gateways' section
    • Select the pre-provisioned 'SampleApp' in the 'Applications' section or create a new application.
    • In the 'Data Output' section change the output type to 'HTTP Push' and set the 'Target URL for POSTs' to ''
    • 'Generate new device' in the 'Manage Devices' section, this creates the DevEUI, the unique identifier of your Kit on the network.
    • Select the newly created device to retrieve the other LoRaWAN™ keys ( DevAddr, NwkSKey and AppSKey) which are needed them when connecting your Kit in AllThingsTalk Maker.

How to register with AllThingsTalk Maker

and connect your LoRaWAN™ Rapid Development Kit

The use of the AllThingsTalk Maker application is simple and free for prototyping purposes.

    • Register at with your email address and a chosen User ID and pasword.
    • AllThingsTalk Maker organises members and devices in Grounds, a better way to manage things and data access.
    • To connect your Kit in a Ground, click 'Connect a device'
    • In the 'LoRaWAN™ devices' section Choose 'LoRaWAN™ Rapid Development Kit'
    • Select the 'Loriot' tile.
    • Name your device and follow the Loriot registration process:
      • Enter a 'Device EUI'
      • Select 'Activation method' of choice 'OTAA' or 'ABP'
      • Enter a 'Required keys'
    • Click the 'Connect' button
    • You're all set.

Useful links


We recommend you to discover and bookmark the online documentation, which includes many useful tutorials as well as experiments to get you started.

Whenever you need help or have specific questions, email us at

The AllThingsTalk developer community is growing, and we invite you to become an active member of it. If you have build a great prototype we invite you to share it with our community and publish it at