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LoRa hands-on hello world workshop

  • May 23, 2016 · 12:00 PM

LoRa gateway on the rooftop of Olavskvartalet

Dag Vikan (Wireless Trondheim) and Fredrik Anthonisen (CTT Project, NTNU) will guide you through a small 2-hour LoRa workshop. The purpose of this workshop is to help you get started using the LoRa technology.

Bernt-Olov Hellström, a Semtech representative will be joining us and explain the significance of this new radio technology.

The LoRa technology is very interesting because there's a good chance it is going to become the main standard for communication in IoT.

Cisco estimates the IoT will consist of 50 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2020 [1].

Wireless Trondheim have installed a LoRa gateway on the rooftop of Olavskvartalet. Its antenna is good enough to catch datatraffic all the way from DIGS.

Bring your laptop.

Dag Vikan (Wireless Trondheim)

Fredrik Anthonisen (CTT Project, NTNU)

LoRa gateway on the rooftop of Olavskvartalet

[1] http://www.smartgridnews.com/story/50-billion-connected-iot-devices-2020/2015-04-21

Bernt-Olov Hellström, Semtech

Semtech, partner for this practical workshop

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