LoRa geolocation: reduce your cost and address new projects thanks to the LoRa network
One of the most compelling applications associated with Internet of Things (IoT) solutions is geolocation – the ability to associate an object with its physical location and digital mapping position.
Almost all IoT solutions can support geolocation, but only low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) technologies like LoRaWANTM can provide geolocation with: Long battery life, cost efficiency, localized accuracy and simplicity. In this scope, Kerlink has developed a solution using TDOA and RSSI methods.
LoRa for large-scale projects
Industrializing a LoRa solution is the key factor for success.
It’s in this way that Kerlink developed end-to-end solutions around the network to help and get people industrializing their solution for large-scale projects.
What will you take away from this workshop?
Participants will learn:
- How to design a LoRa device for large scale, from scratch in a short period of time
- How to manage gateways, network and devices
- How to use the LoRa geolocation feature
Are there any special skills required to participate?
Basic understanding of the LoRa technology.
EMEA Sales Engineer, Kerlink Group
With background in electronics and radio technologies, his objective is to generalize the LoRa technology in three identified verticals : energy, tracking and agriculture.
Kerlink Group is a global leading provider of end-to-end network solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), serving telecom operators, businesses and public authorities worldwide. Its growing suite of turnkey IoT services includes network planning, design and operational management that maximizes performance of its market-leading, carrier-grade infrastructure offering. The Group, widely recognized for its IoT expertise, also continually introduces innovative value-added services, such as network-based geolocation, remote end-device management and low-power IoT reference design, which allows its customers to quickly bring to market IoT-ready devices and to imagine innovative business models to monetize their deployments.