Water utilities are deploying high-density LoRaWAN networks in their districts to support Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) initiatives. Our work with municipal water districts and meter solution providers across the US has resulted in a proven methodology for designing, building, and managing highly scalable, secure, and cost-effective smart meter networks. These networks can be both private and public and built with abundant capacity, allowing them to be used for a variety of #conservation, sustainability and safety applications.
LoRaWAN® regional parameters have recently been updated to include Long Range-Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (LR-FHSS) data rates. This modulation has equivalent range to LoRa® in uplink. In this webinar, we discuss technical specificities and advantages of this update to LoRaWAN including: High spectrum efficiency at low data rate; Excellent capacity in LPWAN networks deployed with very few gateways and many hard-to-reach devices; and The longer outdoor range and uplink frames that make LR-FHSS well-suited regionally—North America, Australia—where dwell time limitations apply.
Technology leaders from LoRa Alliance member companies will provide technical recommendations for the efficient and scalable operation of LoRaWAN, including end-devices, applications, and networks. Key topics include a review of the LoRaWAN Link Layer specification and two companion documents: Technical Recommendation 1 and Technical Recommendation 7.
Learn about the latest developments in gas safety solutions, including the integration of enhanced MEMs sensing capabilities with LoRaWAN networks. Best practices are supported by details from large-scale testing initiatives and pilots that are currently being driven by state legislation across the country.
LoRa Alliance® member companies Shenzhen Kaifa, SenRa, Lucy Zodion, Actility, and panellist from InfiSense, will present use cases showcasing how LoRaWAN is being leveraged to transform, enable, and scale smart utilities.
Experts from Target, AWS, Senet, TEKTELIC, and Semtech discussed why they are choosing LoRaWAN as their default choice for IoT deployments, and how they are using LoRaWAN in new ways to launch new use cases and grow their bottom line.
This webinar is presented by the LoRa Alliance, in collaboration with Maravedis and the American Water Works Association (AWWA). Bruce Chatterley, CEO of Senet presents real-life deployments in the water industry, including best practices on how to roll-out a LoRaWAN network for AMI and municipal services.
Senet, TEKTELIC and ADTRAN introduce the TEKTELIC Contact Tracing Solution and discuss how you can use LoRaWAN technology, enterprise network connectivity optimized for distance and accuracy, and cloud-based software for your re-entry programs.
Dave Kjendal, CTO and COO of Senet, joins Walid Khoury of WaterQuestion to talk about LoRaWAN® technology, the LoRa Alliance, and how Senet is leveraging this technology in the water space.
Senet CTO and COO Dave Kjendal speaks about his journey in telecom and IoT, what it takes to build a successful company, the importance of a strong ecosystem, and building a culture of ownership.
Learn about real-world considerations for deploying and operating LoRaWAN networks for Water Utility and Smart City solutions. Best practices and customer examples are provided by leading companies across the LoRaWAN ecosystem.
Learn how water utilities are deploying high-density LoRaWAN networks and LoRa-enabled water meters to support AMI initiatives in their water districts.