Vergangenes Meetup

IoT Talks Vienna - Februar 2018: LoRaWAN

Dieses Meetup liegt in der Vergangenheit

25 Personen haben teilgenommen

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Wir treffen uns wieder zu spannenden Vorträgen aus der Welt der Digitalen Transformation: diesmal zum Thema LoRaWAN (in Englischer Sprache)

Stefan Schultheis: Building a LoRaWAN network in Vienna
Die Geschichte von LoRaWAB, Motivation, Aktivitäten und Errungenschaften Thomas Reininghaus (Short Talk): Bridging The Things Network and 6LoWPAN Networks - POC
Adding ubiquitous GSM/LTE *) or WiFi based WAN communication to low power wireless devices thwarts the power saving achievments reached in the past years. Rapidly emerging new low power technologies like LoRa radio modulation and new open protocols like LoRaWAN MAC layer enable the coexistence of WPAN and LWPAN networks on one device. By porting the LMIC (LoRa MAC) C-library to the OSD fork of contiki operating system, the advantages of the two techologies "The Things Network" and 6LoWPAN mesh networks can now be used in one small wireless/battery-powered arduino compatible appliance (I will show a POC).
*) NB-IoT (LTE) is a complementing low power technology to LoRa, which does not have the "openness" and "maker" factor we are aiming at in our non-commercial community projects.

Thomas Reininghaus: "Bridging The Things Network and 6LoWPAN Networks - POC"
Abstract: Adding ubiquitous GSM/LTE *) or WiFi based WAN communication to low power wireless devices thwarts the power saving achievments reached in the past years. Rapidly emerging new low power technologies like LoRa radio modulation and new open protocols like LoRaWAN MAC layer enable the coexistence of WPAN and LWPAN networks on one device. By porting the LMIC (LoRa MAC) C-library to the OSD fork of contiki operating system, the advantages of the two techologies "The Things Network" and 6LoWPAN mesh networks can now be used in one small wireless/battery-powered arduino compatible appliance (I will show a POC).
*) NB-IoT (LTE) is a complementing low power technology to LoRa, which does not have the "openness" and "maker" factor we are aiming at in our non-commercial community projects.
https://github.com/matthijskooijman/arduino-lmic, https://github.com/osdomotics/osd-contiki, http://wiki.osdomotics.com/doku.php/de:projekte:merkur

Ynte Jan Kuindersma: LORA-node connected to TTN
If you got your LORA-node connected to TTN, then your data will be transported by the servers of TTN. But to make use of them for analysis or presentation, you need another platform to make your data come to live. This session will show you the available TTN-integrations and then focus on the tools from the Microsoft environment. For instance:
Logic Apps or Azure Functions, enabling you to send mails, store data in SQL server or SharePoint lists etc. This is very useful for e.g. For small applications. This will be shown in a demo.
Explaination of IOT hubs, IOT Suite, Time series analytics and Streaming analytics.
To present your data in dashboards there is Power BI, either connected to a SQL server or directly through streaming datasets.

Alexander Pawlin, Mike Zwingl: LoRa - APRS - Combine new technology with an existing, tested system
http://wiki.oevsv.at/index.php?title=Was_ist_HAM-IoT
http://www.iot4pi.com

Christian Anselmi: "ThingsLogic and the Smartcity Dornbirn Competition"
In 2017 the newly formed non-commercial platform “ThingsLogic” started to setup a LoRaWAN based network within the area of Vorarlberg. In August 2017 the major of Dornbirn – Dipl.-Vw. Andrea Kaufmann – joined the network and Dornbirn become one of the first Smartcity in Austria. To push the “Smart city Thinking” ThingsLogic and Dornbirn initiated the Smart-city Competition 2018 (SCD18) and called for projects. Over 40 projects had been submitted for phase1 (concepts & docs) and for the final award ceremony we still except over 15 hardware and software submissions. Einlass ab 18:30 Uhr