Make any building smart with Qubitro & MClimate

3 min readAug 25, 2022


Energy is our everyday problem. To prevent energy loss and optimize energy efficiency, companies are investing money & time. Nowadays, smart building solutions are more accessible than ever with plug-and-play hardware solutions which allow measuring and monitoring of several parameters relevant to the quality of the indoor environment, including CO2 level, relative humidity, and temperature. The systems also incorporate dynamic control of systems for heating, automatically adapting to changes in air temperature.

Qubitro allows solution providers and system integrators to design and sell smart building monitoring solutions by unifying device data from multiple networks with no code, supported by a complete developer toolkit.

This post will cover our partner, MClimate’s plug-and-play LoRaWAN sensors;

To create a monitoring setup with The Things Stack integration.

Connect different devices to Qubitro with no code.

The Things Stack offers Webhook integration for Qubitro.

  1. Choose The Things Stack on Qubitro Portal to get credentials for the integration.
Add Source on Qubitro Portal

2. Copy auto-generated credentials to be pasted onto The Things Stack integration.

3. Click on Integrations > Webhooks under the application menu on The Things Stack, then click on the + Add webhook button on the top-right of the page and choose Qubitro from the list.

Setup webhook for Qubitro

4. Refresh the device list, then go to the project and refresh the device list to ensure all devices are in sync.

5. Payload formatter

It is possible to create Javascript Payload Formatters for Uplink messages directly on Qubitro Portal. A binary data can be formatted on The Things Stack or Qubitro UI. It depends on our user’s preferences.

Payload Formatter

6. Creating a monitoring setup with no code

Once the integration is completed, Qubitro will be synchronized if new sensors are connected.

From the left side of the Qubitro Portal, click the “Monitoring” tab. Then, you can edit your dashboard’s name and start creating widgets for your solution.

After you decide which values are important for your monitoring setup, you can add widgets and customize or even duplicate them anytime.

If you need a closer look at the data in a specified time frame, you can expand the charts from the right top and use calendar flitters.Expanded Co2 Level Chart

Expanded Co2 Level Chart

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