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Power to the people

One of the key technologies for smart cities is wireless low power wide area networks (LPWAN). This is a key technology for the Internet of Things (IoT) that allows low power sensors to be deployed quickly and easily in smart buildings where data needs to be collected in order to be of assistance to people. Read more

Bringing LoRaWAN global with next generation satellites - Rémi Lorrain, LoRaWAN Networks Director, Semtech

In this episode of IoT One, we discuss technical advances that make it possible to deploy LoRaWAN networks globally using next generation satellites. We also explore the decision criteria for determining when to use a terrestrial LoRaWAN network, a satellite network, or another alternative such as 5G. Our guest today is Rémi Lorrain, Chair of the LoRa Alliance Operator Community and LoRaWAN Networks Director of Semtech. Semtech is a leading supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms for infrastructure, high-end consumer and industrial equipment. Read more
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Reimagining the End-to-End Retail Experience with IoT Technology

The combination of intelligent hardware and software systems connected via an IoT network is one way to improve the key areas in which retail giants continue to invest: operational readiness and the shopping experience. Read more

Meeting Economic and Environmental Needs Using the Internet of Things

There is a growing call for companies to take action against climate change. Read more
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Tracking Food Supply from Farm to Table and Everywhere in Between

Deploying smart technology such as long-range, low-power IoT sensors can help mitigate these pressures leading to a more productive and sustainable future. Read more

LoRaWAN Revamps Switzerland’s Postal On-demand Service

Swiss Post digitally transforms Switzerland’s postal services through LoRaWAN technology. Read more

Cutting Costs and Maximizing Efficiency with IoT

Today’s remote world has turned dreams of true smart home automation into a reality. With the onset of COVID-19, everyday homes and buildings took on new roles – from workplaces and schools to the doctor’s office and gym. As restrictions lift, some workers will return to their office buildings, while others will remain at home. The common denominator between both is the importance of connectivity and technology to support a number of applications. Read more

Q&A: Marc Pegulu, Vice President Wireless LoRa & IoT – Semtech

The Retail Bulletin speaks with Marc Pegulu, Vice President Wireless LoRa & IoT on the advantages of LoRa and LPWAN for the retail industry. Read more
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Smart city acceleration in a post-Covid world

COVID-19 in many ways has accelerated the rollout of smart city technologies. The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem has been developing over recent years, with a clear message that to make advances you need more data, but the COVID-19 pandemic has brought this into sharp focus. Read more

Embedded Executive: Remi Lorrain, LoRaWAN Network Director, Semtech

LoRaWAN wants to invade your home. Its backers think that it’s perfect for many smart home applications. However, don’t we already have one — or two or three —wireless networks that are “perfect” for the home, namely Bluetooth and WiFi? That’s how the conversation started with Remi Lorrain, Semtech’s LoRaWAN Network Director, in this week’s Embedded Executives podcast. Read more

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