All you need to know about LoRa with Talkpool with guests including Avnet Silica, Semtech and Flexworks. THINGS Get On Top events offer a quick and deep dive into an area which is of great interest for our developers, enterprises and partners. These AW events are offered free of charge, with a beer and a bite and on first-come-first-serve basis.
LoRaWAN is a global LPWAN specification created by the LoRa Alliance to drive a single standard for seamless interoperability across the industrys. Networks are built with LoRa Gateways and LoRa Network Servers available from several different vendors. LoRa alliance has some 400 members and continue develop the standard. LoRa could be compared with WiFi since networks can easily be built with one base station covering an area like a campus or square and expanded to cover cities and countries. But there is no common back-end arrangement for roaming, service level agreements etc. www.lora-alliance.org
17:30 Doors opening
18:00 Welcome (Magnus Melander)
18:10 Why LoRa (Jaap Groot, Semtech)
18:30 How to develop a LoRa Solution (Stefan Lindgren, TalkPool)
19:00 Develop apps with LoRa support (Alex Johnson, Evothings)
19:20 Experiences from LoRa (Fredrik Timour, Neuelabs)
Registration: Please sign up on or before 30th January.
Tickets: It is free of charge but 500 kr fee is charged if you fail to show up.
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