LoRaWAN is one of the most exciting new technologies for device communication. It promises over 10 kilometers of range and a 10 year battery life, using unlicensed spectrum, allowing everyone to create a network. That sounds perfect for Internet of Things (IoT) appliances, right? But how do these numbers hold up in the real world? And how is LoRa different from other Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) like LTE Cat-M or NB-IoT?
On November 29th, join experts from Arm and The Things Network as they discuss the capabilities of LoRaWAN technology. There will be a morning and afternoon session (9:00am GMT & 5:00pm GMT), with a short Q&A after the presentation.
Register now to secure your spot and learn more about LoRa and how you can best utilize it in your IoT solutions.
Topics covered will include:
- In-field range and energy usage performance of LoRA
- Comparison to other LPWAN technologies (LTE Cat-M, NB-IoT)
- Practical examples of implementation and integration
Learn what you need to know when considering connectivity solutions for your next IoT design.
Jan Jongboom, principal applications engineer and Developer Evangelist IoT at Arm
Johan Stokking, CTO and Co-Founder of The Things Industries and The Things Network