Renato Pasquini, Program Leader, Cecilia Perez, Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan and Donna Moore, CEO, LoRa Alliance
With billions of IoT sensors sending small data volumes in massive numbers, the demand for cost-efficient and secure connectivity is critical. Low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) is a wireless technology that best meets the needs of non-mission-critical applications for its extended coverage, low transmission rate, long battery life, and cost savings in operations.
LoRaWAN® is the LPWAN standard that grew the most in recent years and is expected to scale even faster in the post-pandemic scenario as network operators increase coverage in relevant countries and the ecosystem matures in different verticals. Through its groundbreaking, secure, and cost-efficient wireless connectivity, the LoRa Alliance® enables simplified management, ease of deployment, and scalability. Its flexibility sparks business opportunities and a fast return on investment.
• An analysis of the LPWAN market with key trends and forecasts (2022-2025).
• The role of the LoRa Alliance® in promoting the LoRaWAN® standard across the globe.
• LoRaWAN®’s ecosystem and long-range capabilities that enable use cases to scale.
• LoRaWAN® driving global technology transformation and addressing current and future challenges.