Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 (#MWCA18) recently concluded, showcasing the latest and greatest in wireless technology innovations and market-ready solutions for connectivity and the rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT). As the excitement from #MWCA18 settled, we sat down with Alistair Fulton, VP, IoT and Wireless Product Marketing for Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group, to get his perspective on what to expect from Semtech and its LoRa® devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology) in the future, plus gain insights on the evolution and future of the LoRaWAN™ protocol, discuss ideal LoRa Technology use cases, and how Semtech is working to enable IoT solution availability for businesses. This blog is the first half of a two-part series. Stay tuned for part two later this week.
The North American installment of GSMA’s Mobile World Congress conference will be held in Los Angeles, September 12-14, 2018. This year’s event theme, “Imagine a Better Future,” is an inspiring rally cry for the 25,000 expected attendees representing more than 110 countries, coming together to explore what’s new in Internet of Things (IoT) and smart city innovation.
Looking for a long range, low power, and proven solution for IoT applications that’s easy to use? LoRa® devices and wireless RF technology (LoRa Technology) might be what you need. With LoRa Technology, sensors and application servers can communicate crucial data and diagnostics back and forth between each other, enabling advanced Cloud-based analytics for smarter solutions in a wide variety of verticals.
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