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Wi-Fi & LoRaWAN® Trials
The LoRa Alliance® is the fastest growing technology alliance. A non-profit association of more than 500 member companies, committed to enabling large scale deployment of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) IoT through the development and promotion of the LoRaWAN® open standard. Members benefit from a vibrant ecosystem of active contributors offering solutions, products & services, which create new and sustainable business opportunities.
Through standardisation and the accredited certification scheme the LoRa Alliance® delivers the interoperability needed for LPWA networks to scale, making LoRaWAN® the premier solution for global LPWAN deployments.
With an extensive global footprint of public networks and real world deployments.
Click on the coverage map to find details of LoRaWAN® Networks by individual country. The extent of LoRaWAN® network coverage globally is significant and expanding on a monthly basis. Please contact the LoRa Alliance members for specific information about their networks.
148 LoRaWAN Network Operators in 162 Countries
Smart City Infrastructure Transformed using Solvera Lynx’s Solutions based on LoRaWAN Technology
Smart cities move towards efficiency, advanced technologies, and new IoT challenges. Solvera Lynx’s energy management solutions are the game changer and a cornerstone of a Smart city transformation. Our communication […]
LoRa Alliance® Kicks Off New “Destination LoRaWAN®” Webinar Series; AWS to Keynote Inaugural “The Power of LoRaWAN” Episode
LoRa Alliance® Press Release
Fremont, CA – December 16, 2020 – The LoRa Alliance®, the global association of companies backing the open LoRaWAN® standard for the Internet of Things (IoT) low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs), announced that […]
The farming of tomorrow is already here: How LoRaWAN® technology supports Smart Agriculture & Precise Animal ProductionRecent extreme incidents around the globe—famine, climate change, wildfires, tornados, droughts, floods, and pandemics—remind us that farmers are facing two major challenges: to feed the planet and sustain the environment.…
Wi-Fi & LoRaWAN® trials – An overview of use cases across regions combining two powerful technologiesSelecting an intelligent multi-radio strategy is becoming increasingly more important to succeed in a connected world. Operators and enterprises are looking to identify, assess, and deploy the optimum form of…
RP2-1.0.2 LoRaWAN® Regional ParametersRP002-1.0.2 has been released and includes support for all versions of the LoRaWAN Layer 2 specification. Long Range-Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (LR-FHSS) data rates have been introduced to the EU868,…
LoRaWAN® 1.0.4 Specification PackageThe LoRaWAN® Link Layer Specification v1.0.4 Package includes the following documents necessary to implement the stack and certify the end-devices: – LoRaWAN Link Layer Specification v1.0.4 (TS1-1.0.4) – LoRaWAN Certification…
TS002-1.1.0 LoRaWAN® Backend InterfacesThis specification describes the standard backend interfaces among the network server, join server, and application server to enable roaming and activation procedures across independent domains.
The unique capabilities of LoRa® devices and wireless RF technology and the LoRaWAN® protocol – high performance, low power and affordable connectivity – offers the industry a diverse set of applications that expands from tracking sensors for individuals with dementia to monitoring fertilizer levels in soil. Our technology has been widely adopted for years which makes it the most mature LPWAN platform.
With LoRaWAN®, entire cities or countries can be covered with a few base stations, no longer requiring the upfront rollout and maintenance of nodes as in traditional mesh networking.
The LoRa Alliance’s® growth over the year has been tremendous. The global ecosystem of developers, applications builders and integrators that adopt the technology for end to end use cases. It is becoming one of the defacto standards in IoT.