Join the 5th edition of our Key Researcher Talk Series!
LoRaWAN: From Theory to Practice by Corinna Schmitt
More and more things join the Internet of Things (IoT) and are included in our personal life. In parallel the end users’ interest raises to program own applications with less monetary investments. Thus, the Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) technology comes into focus as hardware is cheap, specifications are freely available, and basic software modules are available as open source software. The most popular network worldwide is represented by “The Things Network”. Its basic intention is to establish a free network, which can be used by everyone for free. Let’s see how anyone can join the TTN and what is required to use it for own applications.
14:00 -14:30: Talk by Corinna Schmitt ( Research Institute CODE, University of Federal Armed Forces Munich)
Corinna Schmitt is key researcher at SBA Research and researcher & laboratory supervisor at the Research Institute CODE, University of Federal Armed Forces Munich.
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