LoRaWAN - an engineering view on the technology and protocol for today’s IOT world
The demand for collecting data from every conceivable device has driven the creation of a plethora of technologies for the Internet Of Things.
To benefit the most from the world of IoT the data from these inexpensive, largely battery-powered devices has to have an equally inexpensive ecosystem to connect them and get their data back to the cloud.
One technology that is leading the way for these devices is LoRaWAN, which is an open standard developed by the LoRa Alliance.
This talk will go through the technical details of the LoRaWAN protocol to give a full understanding of how it works including its security, its power optimized design features and how it is adapted to work in the sub 1G Hz licence free spectrum around the world.
Continuing Professional Development
This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
17 May 2021
7:30pm - 9:00pm
Hereford and Worcester Local Network
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Director of Certification for LoRa Alliance and Certification Committee Chair - LoRa Alliance®
Derek Hunt is a Director of Certification for LoRa Alliance and Certification Committee Chair. He has been working on LoRa Systems and specifications since 2014, at Semtech and Actility prior to become part of the LoRa Alliance.
Before working on LoRa Derek has had over 30 years telecommunications experience working in different hardware, software and ASIC development and management roles as well as consultant roles for Ericsson, Marconi and GEC-Plessey Telecommunication at locations in Europe and North America.
Hereford & Worcestershire Webinar
Webinar start 19:30
Expected finish 21:00
free of charge