Sigfox Low-Power, Wide-Area Network Application - ONLINE

IIoT Peer 2 Peer - Silicon Halton
IIoT Peer 2 Peer - Silicon Halton
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The promise of Industry 4.0 is upon us and 5G seems to open new interesting opportunities. But many IoT applications don’t need require some of the high-end features inherent in next generation wireless connectivity. Low-Power, Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) are optimized to reduce power consumption in such a way that devices can operate on a single battery for years. Use cases that require low data feeds, sensors that comunícate state-of-change in remote location monitoring or emerging smart-city installations can benefit immensely from these alternative networks. Sigfox’s proprietary and unlicensed technology is one of the most widely deployed LPWANs today. They offer affordable and superior performance connectivity that supports use cases requiring low power devices distributed over large geographic areas.

About the Presenter:
Manuel Vera is the SVP of Network Operations for Sigfox Canada. He will review their technology and showcase solutions currently using Sigfox LPWAN. Sigfox has IoT deployments in over 70 countries and is the largest IoT connectivity provider in the world. Sigfox Canada launched a Coast-to-Coast network in 2019. They currently have coverage in the largest metropolitan areas of the 10 provinces and are continuously expanding their coverage. With over 700 solutions developed and tested, Sigfox has an extensive repository of IOT use cases to share.

ONLINE EVENT
Due to the current situation, this event will be ONLINE. The afternoon prior we will email registered attendees the ZOOM URL.

Free co-working is CANCELLED
Included for the day is free access for Silicon Halton members to work from MEV Innovation Centre. Come for an hour, the morning or afternoon, just for this Peer2Peer meeting, or all day. Come in, find a desk, get to work. Free wifi, plenty of power outlets and seating locations to choose from. Co-working is CANCELLED this month.