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Podcast: Season 2 - Episode #4 - LoRa and LPWAN in IoT

In this latest podcast from Electronic Specifier Insights we will be discussing all things LoRa, the de facto technology for Internet of Things (IoT) networks. LoRa enables the smart IoT applications that help solve some of the biggest challenges facing our society today, from infrastructure efficiency to smart agriculture. We talk to Alistair Fulton, Vice President and General Manager of Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group about the evolution of LoRa technology and the LoRaWAN protocol, and some of its potential applications. Read more

Combining complementary wireless technologies for Industry 4.0

In this piece Mark Pegulu, VP of IoT at Semtech looks at the various wireless technologies that are contributing to the next industrial revolution. Read more

4 Ways HR and Digital Workplace Teams Should Work With Corporate Facilities

The Internet of Things (IoT) could be instrumental in helping HR departments and facility managers connect and protect employees by delivering solutions that promote a healthy workspace. Scientific research has indicated that good air flow is a key to increasing protection and slowing the spread of COVID-19, said Alistair Fulton, vice president and general manager of the Wireless and Sensing Products Group at Semtech, a supplier of semiconductor technology. According to the CDC, rooms need to be ventilated six times a day, he said. Read more
SmartCitiesWorld

We built this city (on LPWAN)

The interoperability offered with LPWAN networks enables the benefits of a truly smart city environment to be shared by all, writes Alistair Fulton, of Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group. Read more

Swarm Takes LoRa Sky-High

Swarm, a satellite start-up that uses CubeSats about the size of a grilled cheese sandwich to provide IoT coverage, has instead developed a satellite network specifically for IoT networks that would otherwise struggle to connect to the Internet. To do so, the company has adapted the popular IoT wireless standard LoRa, turning the terrestrial technology into a high-flying—and even longer-ranging—solution. Read more

Webee’s No-Code End-to-End Solution Builder Software Democratizes IoT

WeBee’s No-Code End-to-End Solution Builder running on Microsoft Azure, operating on the LoRaWAN® protocol and leveraging Semtech LoRa® devices simplifies the development of enterprise IoT use cases including industrial remote monitoring, smart farming, and smart cities. Read more
RFID Journal

LoRa Transmits to Satellites for Global Coverage

Swarm has built Semtech LoRaWAN technology into its Low Earth Orbit satellites that communicate with Internet of Things devices in remote areas where terrestrial networks are not available, such as at sea or in the desert. Read more
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Why There’s Room for a Variety of Solutions in IoT Technology

As the hype around 5G technology continues to grow, the possibility of faster, more streamlined connectivity is driving conversations globally. But while 5G adoption has started, it continues to roll out slowly. To date, some have experienced the benefits 5G technology can bring, but most are patiently awaiting its arrival – and that’s assuming the technology fits the needs of their use case. 5G technology shows a breadth of new possibilities, however since it’s not a one size fits all technology, connectivity solutions from a variety of sources are still necessary. This article looks at the different connectivity options for deploying IoT networks, exploring the pros and cons of each. Read more

Smart Homes Experience Rise in Long-Range, Low-Power Technology

From home automation to smart kitchen appliances, voice assistant-enabled lighting and everything in between, consumer electronics companies are leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) to connect everyday devices to the cloud, creating new experiences for consumers. Read more

Returning to live events in smart arenas

IoT technology and cutting edge connectivity can ease concerns and provide increased levels of safety at live event venues like arenas. Even with a vaccine in place, people are now more aware and sensitive to how easily germs can spread. By deploying smart sensors, arenas can easily track large volumes of people, air quality and facility hygiene in real-time. With the right technology in place, the live events industry can be more prepared to welcome back crowds, and consumers can find comfort in returning. Read more

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