The LoRa Alliance Will Demonstrate Disruptive Internet Of Things Applications At Mobile World Congress Shanghai

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6/20/2017 The LoRa® Alliance will Demonstrate Disruptive Internet of Things Applications at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 1/2 | Press Release The LoRa® Alliance Will Demonstrate Disruptive Internet Of Things Applications At Mobile World Congress Shanghai Alliance members from all over the globe will showcase a range of products from carrier-grade network gateways to end-to-end sensor and platform solutions in Hall N2, Booth E86 SAN RAMON, Calif., June 20, 2016 – The LoRa® Alliance, the leading technology alliance for the Internet of Things (IoT) and low‐power wide area networks (LPWAN), and some of its key members will exhibit at Mobile World Congress Shanghai on June 29‐July 1 at the Shanghai New Interna଀onal Expo Centre (SNIEC), Hall N2, Booth E86. The LoRa Alliance exhibit will feature product demonstra଀ons and showcases from its event sponsors: Gemtek, ST Microelectonics, Augtek, Mul଀tech, Ac଀lity and Semtech, as well as many sensor solu଀ons from other members. "With the global trac଀on for LPWA networks we are excited to showcase LoRa during the MWC in Shanghai for the first ଀me," said Jaap Groot, vice president of System Business Development for Semtech's Wireless and Sensing Group, and member of the LoRa Alliance marke଀ng commiᘀee. "Asia is an important market for LoRa, and at the event we will demonstrate live solu଀ons for many use cases like metering, supply chain, agriculture and building automa଀on." "The LoRa Alliance is crea଀ng trac଀on globally, and we're proud to bring LoRaWAN™ to Asia," said Geoff Mulligan, chairman of the LoRa Alliance. "As a global standard, we are focused on enabling IoT solu଀ons on all con଀nents, and given the uptake of member par଀cipa଀on in Asia, we will be showcasing many solu଀ons and have a recep଀on, which is open to any company a er registra଀on on the LoRa Alliance website." To schedule an interview or mee଀ng with a spokesperson at the show, please contact events@loraalliance. org. About LoRa Alliance The LoRa Alliance is an open, non‐profit associa଀on of members who believe that the Internet of Things era is now! Our members are collabora଀ng and sharing experience to drive the success of the LoRa protocol, LoRaWAN, as the open global standard for secure, carrier‐grade IoT LPWA connec଀vity. With a cer଀fica଀on program to guarantee interoperability and the technical flexibility to address the mul଀ple IoT applica଀ons be they sta଀c or mobile, we believe that LoRaWAN can give all THINGS a global voice. The Alliance has gained over 300 members since March 2015, making it one of the largest and fastest growing alliances in the technology sector. Twelve companies, including major mobile network operators, have announced na଀onwide deployments set for their respec଀ve countries in 2016 and another 50 trials are under way for other na଀onwide deployments. Contact: Tracy Hopkins LoRa® Alliance tracy.hopkins@LoRa‐ +44 7771766156 Submitted On: 6/23/2016 View Document Back to Listing Alliance Technology Developers Testimonials The LoRaWAN technology is ideal to target battery operated sensors and low power applications as a complement to M2M cellular connectivity Richard Viel Chief Operating Officer of Bouygues With LoRaWAN, entire cities or countries can be covered with a few base stations, no longer requiring the upfront rollout and maintenance of thousands of nodes as in traditional mesh networking. This has made IoT possible now, with minimal infrastructure investment. Olivier Hersent Chairman & CTO of Actility To encourage the mass adoption of low cost, long range machine-to-machine connectivity, open ecosystems are critical. In addition to IBM's support of the LoRA Alliance we have also released the IBM 'LoRaWAN in C' as open source under the Eclipse Public License. Dr. Thorsten Kramp Master Inventor, IBM Research LoRaWAN has taken inteliLIGHT, our already proven street lighting management solution, to a whole new level. The entire system becomes even easier and faster to install, with a minimal investment, unprecedented reach and unlimited Smart City applications. It truly is a game changer. Mozes Lorand CEO of FLASHNET Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Networks are an excellent connectivity solution. They complement well with existing M2M business. In order to deploy dedicated solutions and sensors all around the world, an open standard is needed to ensure IoT Challenge Area Members Area WHAT IS LORA? FOR DEVELOPERS THE ALLIANCE JOIN NEWS & EVENTS PRODUCTS

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