LoRaWAN to Enable IoT at Scale

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In order to scale the deployment of IoT to billons of devices they must be low cost and simple to install and maintain. LoRaWAN has proven to be extremely power efficient for low bit rate communications while delivering both long range outdoor and deep indoor penetration for in building use cases which are ideal features for many IoT deployment scenarios. This presentation will examine LoRaWAN characteristics along with reviews of several real-world deployment results to show that the technology is a very promising alternative to existing and future cellular based IoT solutions such as CAT-M1 and NB-IOT to enable IoT at scale for fixed location deployments.



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  • BAE Systems
  • 450 Pulaski Road
  • Greenlawn, NY, New York
  • United States

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  • Howard Hausman <hhausman@rfmcs.com>

    Tony Bowden <tbowden@pansofik.com>

    Mazzola, Santo J (US) <Santo.Mazzola@baesystems.com>

    Rhonda Green & Jessica Donaldson <Signal@ieee.li>

  • Co-sponsored by CH01139 - Long Island Section Chapter,SP01
  • Starts 14 November 2018 06:00 PM
  • Ends 04 December 2018 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Eastern
  • No Admission Charge
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Tony Bowden

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LoRaWAN to Enable IoT at Scale

In order to scale the deployment of IoT to billons of devices they must be low cost and simple to install and maintain. LoRaWAN has proven to be extremely power efficient for low bit rate communications while delivering both long range outdoor and deep indoor penetration for in building use cases which are ideal features for many IoT deployment scenarios. This presentation will examine LoRaWAN characteristics along with reviews of several real-world deployment results to show that the technology is a very promising alternative to existing and future cellular based IoT solutions such as CAT-M1 and NB-IOT to enable IoT at scale for fixed location deployments.