LoRaWAN: Teknik Özellikleri, Uygulama Alanları, Türkiye’den ve Dünya’dan Gelişmeler

Actility webinar

LoRaWAN: Teknik Özellikleri, Uygulama Alanları, Türkiye’den ve Dünya’dan Gelişmeler

LoRaWAN®, IoT uygulamalarının gerektirdiği az enerji tüketimi ve kilometrelerce uzakla iletişim ihtiyaçlarını aynı anda karşılamasıyla kitlesel (massive) IoT’nin önünü açan bir kablosuz iletişim teknolojisi. Tasarımındaki yüksek güvenlik, açık kaynak ve standart kullanımı, ve 400 uluslararası şirketi aşan güçlü LoRa Alliance ekosistemiyle, personel takibinden akıllı şehirlere birçok uygulaması dünyada hızla yayılmakta. Lisans gerektirmeyen frekansta çalışma özelliğiyle de bina/kampüslerde kapalı sistem kullanımdan tüm bir ülkeyi, ve hatta uydular aracılığıyla kıtaları kapsama alanı altına alarak abonelik sunan operatör ağlarına kadar örnekleri bulunmakta.

1 Haziran Perşembe günü saat 15:00’te düzenlenecek webinarımızda LoRa Alliance Başkan Yardımcısı ve Teknik Komite Başkanı Alper Yeğin’in sunumu eşliğinde LoRaWAN teknolojisini daha yakından tanıyacağız: Teknik özellikleri, popüler uygulama alanları, uluslararası pazardaki yaygınlığı, ve teknolojideki en son gelişmeler.

Aynı oturumda ayrıca teknolojik uygulamaların hızla yaygınlaşmakta olduğu inşaat sektörünün öncü isimlerinden Limak Holding’in Dijital Dönüşüm Ofis Direktörü Güliz Akar, ve bu alanda LoRaWAN tabanlı çözüm sunan Tingz’in Kurucu CEO’su Çağatay Kaan Karataş da sektörel uygulamalardan bahsedecek.

Sunumların sonunda ayrıca soru-cevap seansı da yer almakta.

Alper Yegin,
CTO,  Actility

Guliz Akar,
Dijital Dönüşüm Ofis Direktörü, Limak

Çağatay Kaan Karataş,
Kurucu CEO, Tingz

Actility at Asia Tech x Singapore 2023

Actility at


Asia Tech x Singapore 2023

June 7–9

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Actility and Milesight are excited to announce their participation in Asia Tech x Singapore (ATxSG), which is a premier technology event that explores the intersection of technology, society, and the digital economy.

Actility and Milesight synergically offer an outstanding integrated solution by combining Actility’s industrial-grade ThingPark Enterprise connectivity solution, featuring highly-scalable LoRaWAN® network server with on-premise and SaaS deployment options, and a vast catalog of pre-integrated IoT devices, with Milesight IoT’s comprehensive product portfolio, including IoT gateways, sensors, controllers, and 4G/5G industrial routers and switches, enabling seamless end-to-end device-to-cloud solutions for smart office, smart building, and smart agriculture markets, ensuring simplicity, scalability, and ease of operation.

Our team members will be very happy to meet you at booth number 3K2-08 in Hall 3!

Meet Alban from our team if you would like to learn more about Actility and its products and services!

Alban Médici

APAC Managing & Operations Director at Actility

See our IoT solutions with Milesight for building management on ThingPark Market:   

Monitored and Managed. Smart Building Gets Ready

Milesight Smart Building Kit is a comprehensive solution that utilizes IoT for monitoring and managing indoor air quality, water leaks, and security. With this kit, users can transform their workplace into a smart and interconnected environment, with easy-to-use controls for HVAC systems and building management at their fingertips.

Improving Space Utilization and Workplace Efficiency

Milesight CoWork Kit is a comprehensive solution for improving workplace efficiency, utilizing Milesight’s D2D technology to enable fast local control of devices while also operating through a LoRaWAN wireless network. It has a compact and futuristic design, making it ideal for indoor settings, and setup is easy with just a few steps.

Create Excellent IAQ PoC with a Single Kit

Milesight IAQ Kit offers products and services for real-time monitoring of indoor air quality to create safer and healthier environments in facilities. The kit measures CO2 concentrations to protect individuals, meet air quality regulations, and improve overall indoor air quality.

About Milesight:

Milesight is a fast-growing tech company delivering smart IoT and video surveillance products with a focus on AI, 5G, Sensing and IoT technologies since 2011. With improved sensing capability and advanced IoT insights, we help customers worldwide optimize their business operation in a more efficient and sustainable way. In collaboration with a global network of distributors and system integrators, we are committed to building open ecosystems and accelerating IoT strategies to the next level.

Contact us here: www.milesight-iot.com/contact-us/

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About Actility 

Actility is the world leader in low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. Most nationwide network service providers (over 50) and thousands of enterprises trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also provides patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of numerous use cases. For more information, visit www.actility.com/contact.


Actility webinar: Next-Generation Geolocation: Building Tracking Applications with Azure Maps and LoRaWAN® – May 4th, 2023

Actility webinar

Next-Generation Geolocation: Building Tracking Applications with Azure Maps and LoRaWAN®

Explore cutting-edge integration of Azure Maps, ThingPark-powered LoRaWAN infrastructure and Abeeway devices to create powerful heatmaps for real-time tracking and analytics

May 4th, 2023
17:00 CET Paris (11AM ET New York)

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Join us for an insightful webinar on the innovative interconnection of Azure Maps and ThingPark, where we will explore how to implement visitor tracking and heatmap solutions for various applications like events and tradeshows using LoRaWAN and Azure technology.

In this webinar, we will begin with a quick introduction to LoRaWAN, its usefulness for indoor/outdoor campus geolocation, and a brief overview of the components involved, such as Abeeway trackers, the network powered by the ThingPark Enterprise together with the Azure connector, Azure IoT Hub, and Azure Maps. Our expert speakers will provide valuable context and insight on how geolocation can go beyond a simple dot on a map, offering powerful analytics when combined with the right tools.

Throughout the webinar, we will cover the step-by-step process of feeding LoRaWAN data to Azure, initializing Azure PubSub and Azure Maps building blocks, and integrating these components to create an effective heatmap solution. We will demonstrate live data feeds and discuss how working with ThingPark and Azure-certified devices simplifies the data flow, allowing for seamless integration with Azure IoT Hub. Our speakers will also emphasize the importance of using the right building blocks to enable sophisticated analytics and create a comprehensive solution. By the end of the webinar, you will have gained an understanding of how to leverage LoRaWAN and Azure technologies to track visitors and create heatmaps for various applications, including tradeshows and events.


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Oscar Naim

Principal Program Manager, One Edge Customer Experience at Microsoft

Realtime Location Services Powered by Microsoft Azure

Oscar will present how to build a real-time tracking application by using the following Microsoft Azure resources:

  • Azure IoT Hub / Azure IoT Central
  • Azure Functions
  • Azure Web PubSub
  • Azure Storage Account
  • Azure Maps
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Norbert Herbert

Head of Solution Delivery & Ecosystem integration

Integrating Abeeway Trackers and ThingPark LoRaWAN Network Infrastructure with Microsoft Azure

Norbert will present how to connect Abeeway trackersthrough a ThingPark-powered LoRaWAN Network to Microsoft Azure. His presentation will explain the detailed steps of integration for building end-to-end tracking solutions.

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About Actility 

Actility is the world leader in low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of large enterprises trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also provides patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of numerous use cases. For more information, visit www.actility.com/contact.

Actility Highlights from LoRaWAN Live Orlando

Actility Highlights
from LoRaWAN Live Orlando


The LoRaWAN Live Orlando has proven to be a resounding success, with attendance from a diverse range of industries and regions. This event has served as a unifying platform for enterprises, device manufacturers, system integrators, distributors, developers, solution providers, educational institutions, IoT alliances, and influencers, among others. We extend our gratitude to our partners and customers for their participation and to the LoRa Alliance for facilitating this global gathering.

Actility’s footprint at the event:

  • 7 talks delivered by an Actility number (out of 38 total talks)
  • 3 talks by our customers
  • 1 demo of latest standard development (the only one)
  • 1 venue-wide tracking & smart building deployment (the only one)
  • 1 awards won
  • 1 cmmittee meetings chaired (out of 3)

Talks delivered by an Actility number:

Talks by our customers:

Demos of latest standard development:

Venue-wide tracking & smart building deployment:

Awards won:

Committee meetings chaired:

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(out of 38 total talks)

(the only one)

(the only one)

(out of 3)

“Coming out of another great event, we are very happy to have demonstrated the latest LoRaWAN features in action, shared our deep insights with the larger community, met with current partners and new ones, all under one roof in few days thanks to the LoRa Alliance. The vibrant event served as a proof of the LoRaWAN’s momentum in building Massive IoT. We are looking forward to continuing this trend in other regions with the future events.”

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Olivier Hersent

CEO and Founder – Actility

Extending LoRaWAN Coverage Using the Relay Feature

At the event, one of the most exciting features discussed was the relay, a brand-new and powerful addition to technology. The relay feature allows battery-operated low-cost nodes to extend the coverage of LoRaWAN gateways beyond their physical limits. Thior Santander, Actility’s North and Latin America Director of Operations, and Davide Orifiamma, Semtech’s Director of R&D Electronic and Firmware, gave a detailed presentation on this feature, including their experience with its implementation.

LoRaWAN Relay Demo

Actility and Semtech not only gave a talk about this feature, but also demonstrated the very first implementation at the LoRaWANLive Orlando Marketplace. Thior and Davide gave an interactive demo, showcasing how LoRaWAN now goes beyond the limits of physics.

Empowering Device and Solution Makers with LoRa Alliance Standards

Several recent standard specifications coming out of LoRa Alliance aim accelerating development and deployment of LoRaWAN device and solutions. In this talk, Actility CTO and LoRa Alliance Technocal Committee Chair Alper Yegin covered the QR codes, application codecs, FUOTA, and global activation via roaming and activation (Join Servers).

LoRaWAN Meets AI

Alex Guskov, Actility’s Director of Business Development in Americas, presented an inspiring talk about combining LoRaWAN with AI to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems. In his talk, ‘LoRaWAN Meets AI,’ Alex discussed how AI/ML capabilities on the edge (on end-devices) have made it possible to use LoRaWAN for sensor cases that normally require transporting large amounts of data wirelessly, such as vibration sensors and cameras. He covered LoRaWAN-based use cases that leverage AI both at the edge and also in the cloud, showing the power of these two technologies working together to drive innovation and solve real-world problems.


LoRaWAN Standards and Architecture Evolution

Prior to the Awards Ceremony at the LoRaWANLive Orlando,  Alper  presented the latest developments on the interop standardization front. He explained how the LoRa Alliance reacted to the market demand and expanded the end-to-end LoRaWAN architecture with the help of last year’s relay, IPv6, roaming hub, and application payload codec API publications. He also shared the list of active task forces and working groups under the Technical Committee, showing the momentum of the work. He welcomed non-members to join the Alliance to be part of this revolutionary development, and noted that all members including Adopter-level ones are welcome to participate in the subgroups underneath the Technical Committee.

LoRaWAN in South America Go-To-Market Strategies and Obstacles Based on Deployed Projects in Peru & Chile

StraconTech has been leading the adoption of LoRaWAN-based IoT technologies in Chile and Peru. Given the highly fragmented and regulated market of South America, there are plenty of obstacles that may come your way when working in these markets. StraconTech CTO Jonathan Prieto Abasolo and Actility Business Development Director Alex Guskov joined on the stage to share their experience and know-how that may be interesting to anyone who plans to engage in these markets.

Scaling Businesses on Community Networks Panel

Alper participated in the Scaling Businesses on Community Networks Panel that was led by Helium Foundation CEO Abhay Kumar, and including Senzary CEO  Eric Schummer, and Seeed Technology Product Director Kevin Yang as the other participants. Alper talked about how integration among public, private, and community networks are on the rise, and how Actility’s roaming hub ThingPark Exchange is playing a crucial role in this development.


Tehnical Committee Meeting

The marketing part of the event was preceded by the committee meetings covering the Technical, Certification, and Marketing Committees. The two-day Technical Committee meetings were led by the committee chair Alper Yegin.

LoRaWAN 101 Tutorial

Alper presented the LoRaWAN protocols, architecture, and standard, followed by a Q&A.

Actility Table at the Marketplace

Our colleagues Thior and Alex demonstrated the latest and greatest products and features of the multi-radio LPWAN core network infra ThingPark and the LoRaWAN-connected indoor-outdoor multi-GNSS + WiFi + BLE-based tracker Abeeway. Demonstrations included the very-first implementation of the LoRaWAN relay feature in collaboration with Semtech, indoor-outdoor tracking leveraging #roaming, field-upgradable ThingPark-ready latest Catalyst IR1110 gateway from Cisco, a set of smart building use cases running on our partner (and generous neighbor) Senzary’s IoTLogiq application platform, and the cute, colorful yet powerful Kuando Busylights. We were very happy to visit several other ecosystem players’ tables, meet old friends and make new ones. Looking forward to the next great event from LoRaAlliance!

LoRaWAN in Action!

What is more real than talking about this super-exciting LoRaWAN technology is showing it in action.

With that in mind, once again Actility has deployed a venue-wide LoRaWAN network in LoRaWANLive Orlando event to showcase indoor-outdoor tracking and multiple smart building use cases, the so-called LoRaWANinAction!

We did that together with several partners from LoRaWAN ecosystem. Indoor gateways were provided by Cisco. They included the latest Cisco Catalyst IR1101 with the pluggable LoRaWAN module that comes pre-integrated with our ThingPark network platform.

We have complemented the indoor coverage with the outside wide-area coverage provided by Helium. The two networks interconnected to each other via the ThingPark Exchange peering hub. That’s how we could track users with Abeeway trackers both indoor and outdoor.

In addition to the trackers and beacons, the smart building sensors were also provided by Senzary, who also provided the application platform IoTLogIQ to manage the associated applications.

And the most colorful part of the demonstration was provided by Plenom, Busylight alert lights.

All devices were provisioned on our ThingPark Enterprise-powered ThingPark Community platform (which is free for non-commercial use:  community.thingpark.org)

We were very proud to show how we collaborate and showcase real-life LoRaWAN use cases. We are looking forward to doing it again in the future LoRa Alliance meetings, and even at the other events.

Media Session

We joined the Media Session with our latest PR with the Nova Lans and Helium Foundation. Alper and  Helium Foundation CEO Abhay Kumar were on stage introducing how several public, private, and community LoRaWAN networks (both terrestrial and satellite-based) can now access Helium coverage through ThingPark Exchange, which enables both the technical and now also the commercial interconnection. Check out our joint PR with Nova Labs for more details.

After an exciting and informative LoRaWAN Live Orlando event, one thing stands out as particularly special: our Software Development Engineer, Mostafa Ibrahim, received a Leadership Award for his outstanding work leading the Application Payload Codec API TF and delivering the TS013 specification. This specification is a game-changer for device makers, as they can now develop their codecs (JavaScript-based binary-to-JSON translators) once and deploy them on any application platform. Mostafa’s leadership and hard work have made this possible, and we are grateful for his contributions to the LoRaWAN community. This award is a testament to Mostafa’s dedication and expertise, and we are proud to have him as part of our team.

“Great leadership is not just about achieving goals, but also about inspiring and empowering the team to do the same. I am honored to have received this award, but this achievement would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of the Task Force and Technical Committee members.

This accomplishment has significantly reduced deployment complexity for device manufacturers and application server providers by simplifying the onboarding process, making it easier to integrate devices, and thereby facilitating massive LoRaWAN deployments.

Together, we have made a significant contribution to the LoRaWAN community and the wider tech industry, and I am excited to see the impact of our work in the years to come”


Mostafa Ibrahim

Software Development Engineer at Actility

In addition to the Actility-led activities, we also had our partners Cisco, Kwant, and MarineSync on stage as well to talk about their latest products and services, and our collaboration.

To know more about any of these activities, or other offerings from Actility, please contact us:

Actility at E-World 2023

Actility at

May 23-25, 2023
Essen, Germany

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Actility, in cooperation with M2M Germany and Pepperl + Fuchs, will attend the event E-world energy & water, which is a meeting place for the European energy industry. Every year, E-world gathers international decision makers in Essen to act as an information platform for the energy industry. The trade fair’s international nature and importance are increasing every year. Every fifth guest is now from another country.

At the E-world event, together with M2M Germany, and Pepperl+Fuchs , Actility will showcase our joint offerings, highlighting the benefits of LoRaWAN technology for smart utilities and energy industry: a collaboration to improve operational efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance their customer experience by offering real-time monitoring, predictive maintenance, and advanced analytics.

As an LPWAN core network infrastructure provider, Actility offers a reliable and secure platform for LoRaWAN network, device, and data flow management, which is essential for utilities and energy providers to monitor their assets in real-time.

On the other hand, Pepperl+Fuchs, as a hardware manufacturer, provides a range of sensors and devices that are compatible with LoRaWAN technology, making it easier for utilities and energy providers to integrate their existing infrastructure with the IoT ecosystem. Discover for example their WILSEN.sonic.level (fill level monitoring) and WILSEN.valve (valve position monitoring) sensors.

Finally, M2M Germany acts as a distributor and system integrator, bringing together Actility’s conectivity platform and Pepperl+Fuchs’ hardware devices to provide end-to-end solutions for the customers. With their expertise in the field, M2M Germany ensures seamless integration and customization of the solutions according to the specific requirements of each customer.

Meet Actility and its partners at the E-World to know more about our collaboration and joint offers! 

Our teams will meet you at Stand 507, Hall 5!

Meet Frank, Lode and Nadine from our team if you would like to learn more about Actility and its products and services!


Nadine Jaeger

Sales Director, Germany


Frank Koopman

Executive Vice President EMEAI


Lode van Halewyck

Head of Pre-Sales


Daniel Moest

New Business Development Manager Pepperl+Fuchs Vertrieb Deutschland GmbH


Michael Nickolai

IoT Solution Consultant | Business Development | IoT-Networks | Industrial Wireless Products & Solutions

About m2m Germany:

As a specialist for M2M and IoT solutions, m2m Germany has been supporting customers in the implementation of digitisation projects for more than 10 years and sees itself as an “enabler” of new business models and opportunities such as Big Data. 

The technical focus is on radio technologies such as LTE, Bluetooth, LoRa® or NB-IoT. m2m Germany draws on many years of experience from development and research projects and supports customers from the idea to project planning, prototyping and series development to after-sales service.  m2m Germany works on an equal footing with medium-sized companies and provides large companies with the necessary agility and flexibility in digitisation projects. As a distributor of well-known manufacturers and through partnerships with specialists, m2m Germany can also supply complete solutions from a single source as a one-stop shop.

Am Kappengraben 18 E-Mail: sales@m2mgermany.de 

D-61273 Wehrheim www.m2mgermany.de

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About Pepperl + Fuchs

Pepperl+Fuchs – Innovations for the Future of Automation        

As one of the leading companies in the automation industry, Pepperl+Fuchs is known as a global pioneer in its markets due to its development of groundbreaking technologies. For conventional and future applications, the Mannheim-based company offers a comprehensive portfolio for factory automation and the process industry. At the same time, Pepperl+Fuchs continues to drive forward-looking technologies, thus paving the way for its customers to meet the upcoming challenges of Industry 4.0. www.pepperl-fuchs.com

About Actility 

Actility is the world leader in low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark® platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of enterprises trust ThingPark® all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also provides  patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of numerous use cases. www.actility.com/contact

Actility at Embedded World 2023

Actility at Embedded World

Dates: 14-16 March 2023

Location: Nuremberg, Germany

Whether it’s the safety of electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the Internet of Things or e-mobility and energy efficiency, the Embedded World Trade fair lets you experience the whole world of embedded systems.

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Murata has designed and manufactured the Abeeway-Murata Geolocation Module (LBEU5ZZ1WL) co-developed with Abeeway, a market leader in low-power combined indoor and outdoor geolocation, an Actility Group company. The low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) location modules are designed to maximize battery life, with superior sensitivity and high flexibility, to build customized low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) tracking devices. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments, applications include asset recovery, traceability, inventory management, and theft prevention. 

Packshot of Geolocation module


Meet us at the event!

Contact our experts Norbert Herbert and Suman Thapa from Murata now to get an onsite meeting, if you wish to see the demo or get any information about Abeeway and Actility products and services. 

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Actility webinar: Enhancing Operational Efficiency with LoRaWAN® IoT in High-Security Sectors – March 9, 2023

Actility webinar

Enhancing Operational Efficiency with LoRaWAN® IoT in High-Security Sectors

How LoRaWAN-based IoT solutions can deliver KPI-driven decisions for large enterprises, governments and defense,
but also manufacturing, warehousing and logistics,
with the highest security standards

March 9, 2023
5PM CET Paris (12PM ET New York)

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This webinar will explore the use of LoRaWAN technology and the ThingPark platform to modernize US Government missions and address security and scalability challenges in high-security sectors, such as large enterprises, governments, defense, manufacturing, warehousing and logistics, with guest speakers from Cisco and WMW will showcase how, for instance, the US Military is utilizing the LoRaWAN-based tracking devices to improve logistics, enhance worker safety and measure their supply chain.

The speakers will delve into the use of WMW IoT Business Application for data processing and analysis in sectors requiring high-level security. The application demonstrates how IoT can deliver real-time KPIs to organizations, allowing them to make data-driven decisions to enhance operational efficiency. This ability to measure performance in real-time with IoT provides instant feedback on operational costs and performance indicators.


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How the US Military and manufacturing companies are using LoRaWAN to improve logistics – indoors and outdoors

To improve efficiency and worker safety, the US Military and manufacturing companies has begun tracking goods, vehicles and workers. Traditional methods, like RFID, didn’t provide the range and coverage required to accurately track so many items. Using a combination of BLE and GPS enabled LoRaWAN trackers, customers can now measure their supply chain and improve it in many ways. High-levels of end-to-end security is among the requirements of our deployments, and it has been very well addressed using the LoRaWAN technology. 

Michael Harttree, Federal IoT Architect at Cisco

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Applying a multi-purpose IoT business application for data processing & analysis for enterprises and governments

WMW provides one single centric HMI/UI application dashboard allowing the visualization and analysis of data from various sensors through an easy-to-use interface while being agnostic to devices, connectivity and deployment. Hosting a multitude of off-the-shelf applications like set management, indoor & outdoor tracking, IAQ, etc. WMW can be that holistic platform for any Enterprise or Government instance due to its flexibility, security standards and adaptability to fit the varying customer requirements.

Bert Vanaken, Founder & CEO at WMW-Hub.

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Where IoT meets business: the magic of KPIs

IoT provides real-time KPIs for organizations by generating vast amounts of data from connected devices. This allows for instant feedback on operational costs and performance indicators, enabling organizations to quickly identify overlooked issues and areas for improvement. By measuring performance in real-time, IoT drives operational efficiency. “Measure it to improve it” is the key to unlocking the power of IoT for KPI-driven decision making.

Olivier Hersent, CEO at Actility

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Participating companies:


Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in technology that powers the Internet. Cisco inspires new possibilities by reimagining your applications, securing your data, transforming your infrastructure, and empowering your teams for a global and inclusive future. Discover more on The Newsroom and follow us on Twitter at @Cisco

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The WMW platform gathers, processes and analyzes data collected from people and things. It acts as a hub with a single user interface to visualize any asset in any location for any use case. WMW can be part of a dedicated end-to-end solution or serve as the single point of operation for multiple sensors, projects and sites. WMW’s unique platform technology has led to the production of more than 200 applications and thousands of connected devices. The platform allows for 100% customization to enable deep integration and taking your project to a next level. WMW is sold worldwide by various partners and is characterized by its speed of development and extreme customization possibilities. Review, predict and prevent situations and act accordingly! Optimize, increase and become more efficient!For additional information, visit https://www.wmw-hub.com/

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Actility is the world leader in Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of enterprises trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also provides  patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of numerous use cases.   

Contact us here: https://www.actility.com/contact 

Actility at Mobile World Congress 2023 – Feb 27-Mar 2

Actility at

Mobile World Congress 2023

Feb 27 - Mar 2
Barcelona, Spain


MWC Barcelona is the world’s largest and most influential connectivity event.  An unmissable event if you are a global mobile operator, device manufacturer, technology provider, vendor, content owner, or simply interested in the future of technology.

This is the one time of year when everyone who is anyone gathers under one roof. Tens of thousands of senior executives from the world’s largest corporations, international governments, and forward-thinking technology companies convene in Barcelona to make decisions.

Meet Olivier, our CEO, if you would like to learn more about us!

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Olivier Hersent

Chief Executive Officer at Actility

Webinar: How to kick-off your IoT projects and solutions using LoRaWAN and ThingPark Community

Actility webinar

How to kick off your IoT projects
and solutions using LoRaWAN?

Using ThingPark Community to deploy LoRaWAN networks and sensors, build, experiment
and test integrated IoT Solutions

And testimonials from:

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  • As a solution provider, you may be frustrated by the lack of knowledge and expertise to launch a new industrial IoT solution.
  • Also, you may despair of reaching the global IoT market due to the lack of visibility and awareness of your solutions.
  • Finally, you may have difficulty integrating your solutions due to the complexity of the different IoT systems.

Whoever you are – a hardware or software developer, systems integrator, vendor, distributor, consultant or academic – the ThingPark community is here to help you learn about LoRaWAN® and provide valuable online resources.

With free access to ThingPark’s services, you’ll be learning and experimenting with LoRaWAN® from basic to advanced and developing your complete solution in no time!

By joining our Ignite Partner Program within the ThingPark community, you will grow your business with the right technology partner. Ensure interoperability with ThingPark and enjoy seamless integration with the creation of devices and application connections. Access a wide range of integrated resources, devices and applications to provide value-added services and solutions and resell hardware and software!

Join our webinar and learn everything you need from Actility expert:

Rovino Tamawiwy

IoT Sales Development Representative at Actility


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ThingPark Community, a community for everyone

Whether you’re a professional, student or teacher, ThingPark Community welcomes you to a global LoRaWAN ecosystem to help you pave the way for industry-grade IoT solutions.

In the ThingPark Community, you can create your first use case in no time with our starter materials and quickly gain hands-on experience.

We want you to become a member to learn, explore and grow, as you will have free access to LoRaWAN and ThingPark documentation, the ThingPark community forum or blog, while taking full advantage of the products, services and ecosystem.

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Partner with Actility to grow your business

Lack of visibility and reach in the global marketplace can be one of the reasons you can’t increase your ROI. 

You’ll learn how to showcase the value of your IoT solutions by leveraging ThingPark® capabilities, accelerate your go-to-market plan, gain awareness and visibility in our rich ecosystem, and unlock the potential of industrial IoT.

Join Actility, an LPWAN IoT market leader through our Ignite Partner Program!

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Accelerate application integration

Learn more about our ThingPark X drivers, which simplifies the interface between LPWAN-connected sensors and IoT applications, turning raw sensor data into actionable information for applications through a growing library of connectors and embedded drivers (or codecs).

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What better way to learn than from the experience of others!

You’ll hear our partners’ thoughts on the ThingPark Community and the Ignite Partner Program. Check out the feedback from the IoT experts at Adeunis, TWTG, Milesight, Pepperl-Fuchs and Favendo!

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Airport evolution

Meet Actility at
Airport evolution - IoT use cases

Location: Miami, Florida, USA

Date: February 8 & 9 2023

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We are looking forward to attending the 2023 Latin American and Caribbean Airport Expansion Summit with Advantech and Senzary to share more about our work to develop wireless IoT solutions in order to help businesses improve operations, ensure worker safety and save money on costly oversights with our Sky Smart solutions.

Meet us at the summit to learn more about how we can cater to your airport’s specific needs.

Meet Alex if you would like to learn more about us!

Alex Guskov

Business Development Director Americas

Asset management and tracking for airports with Abeeway

Airport Applications Using IoT and Wireless Sensors

IoT and wireless sensor technology are revolutionizing airport operations, enabling new possibilities for increased efficiency and improved customer experience. From connecting flight control and baggage handling systems to the cloud to real-time tracking of people and assets, airports utilize the latest advances in IoT and sensors to improve their operations and serve their passengers better.

Abeeway delivers high performance easy-to-use tracking solutions that enable localization of your ground support equipment and motorized and non-motorized assets in airports thanks to LoRaWAN technology, the devices can connect with applications for effective data monitoring, operational cost reduction, and deployments with minimal infrastructure.

What are the most common applications for IoT and Wireless sensors in modern airports?

Indoor/Outdoor Tracking:

Utilizing IOT tracking inventory and monitoring airport personnel is no longer challenging for airports. Assets, such as buffers and wheelchairs for Passengers with Reduced Mobility (PRM), can be lost or stolen, and knowing where staff is essential for optimized workflows and resource allocation. Abeeway’s LoRaWAN-connected trackers let you perform real-time indoor asset and personnel geolocation and monitoring through BLE beaconing or WiFi fingerprinting with 2 to 5-m precision.

Mobile asset and GSE fleet tracking for ports and airports

Staff can handle the correct assets across airports operations using Abeeway trackers: dollies, baggage tractors, ground power units, loaders, push backs, refuelers, buses, and so on. Our real-time location, status, and management system ensures asset availability as well as appropriate servicing and calibration.

Environment monitoring

Setting up sensors throughout the airport campus to monitor air quality levels to ensure optimal comfort for passengers in transit.

 Parking space monitoring

 Utilizing motion sensors and wireless cameras, airports can track occupancy rates in parking lots and provide real-time notifications to drivers when a space is available.

People Counting

Utilizing IOT sensors to accurately count the number of people entering or exiting a facility or plane to track occupancy rates, optimize staffing levels, and ensure compliance with safety regulations.

Smarter cabin cleaning

 With motion sensors, cleaning staff can be notified when cleaning cabins or public areas is necessary to maintain optimal hygiene levels.

Automated baggage handling

By utilizing RFID tags coupled with GPS tracking and weight sensors, baggage handlers can more accurately track shipments and ensure customers get their luggage on time.

Smart queues

Utilizing IOT sensors to monitor the number of people in line at check-in counters and other locations, allowing airports to manage their resources more efficiently.

Smarter lighting

 By integrating light sensors throughout airport buildings, airports can adjust lighting levels based on current conditions, helping to reduce energy costs while still providing optimal illumination for safety purposes.

Entry and exit management

Utilizing facial recognition technology and automated gates, airports can reduce passenger waiting times by streamlining entry and exit processes.

Air Quality Monitoring for Indoor Environment & Covid 19

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Actility Webinar

Air Quality Monitoring for Indoor Environment & Covid 19

Improving productivity & Safety using IoT, by Zenner, DataCake and Actility.

Tuesday January 17th

15:00 CET Paris

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We spend up to 90% of our time inside, but how regularly do we think about the quality of the air we’re breathing? Unlike outdoor air, indoor air tends to be continuously recycled, causing it to trap pollutants and allow them to build up within these confined spaces.

Actility, Datacake and Zenner have worked together to introduce an innovative Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solution to monitor environmental characteristics inside buildings that may affect human health, comfort, or work performance.

It allows monitoring in real-time the concentration of CO2 to create a safer and healthier indoor environment, protect employees, workers or students, and meet air quality regulations levels.​

This webinar aims at presenting an integrated solution for IAQ management, which embraces the whole technology-solution lifecycle, so to obtain one single integrated End-to-End Technology-To-Business Innovative Solution.


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Introduction – Why Indoor Air Quality Solution?

  • CO2 – Direct Impacting Risks​
  • CO2 – Indirect Impacting Risks COVID-19​

By Shmuel Solomon, Partner Manager For Digital Transformation – Enterprise Channel Sales Manager at Actility.

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The ZENNER CO2 Indicator Sensor

A compact LoRaWAN indoor sensor for measuring the concentration of CO2 in indoor environments. With the integrated display and the color-changing LED display, the sensor always provides real-time information about the current CO2 value, the battery level, and the status of the connection.

By Borislav Stöckermann
Director – New Business Areas & eCommerce – Europe

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An intuitive application by Datacake

With Datacake, a low-code IoT platform that requires no programming skills, CO2 levels are automatically recorded across all places and presented centrally on a dashboard for you to review directly from your PC, Laptop and Smartphone.

By  Simon Kemper CEO of Datacake

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Actility Speeds Up Digital Transformation ​

  • Actility wireless connectivity – connecting the dots
  • Why LoRaWAN For IAQ​?

By Shmuel Solomon, Partner Manager For Digital Transformation – Enterprise Channel Sales Manager at Actility.

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ZENNER International GmbH & Co. KG, with headquarters in Saarbrücken, develops, produces and sells measurement technology for the global market. The product line includes apartment, household and bulk water meters and modern system technology. Zenner customers primarily include power suppliers, public utilities and Smart Cities but also industrial companies, wholesalers and measurement service providers. Since 2016, as part of the digitization strategy, ZENNER has relied on innovative system solutions based on Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. ZENNER offers the complete value chain from project development to measurement data recording and processing up to applications for the end user and IoT network operation. ZENNER has production facilities in Europe, Asia and the USA and is globally present with 20 local sites. Founded in 1903, the company has been a member of the family-managed corporate group Minol-ZENNER since 2005. Worldwide around 4200 employees work for Minol-ZENNER-Group.

More information: www.zenner.com

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About Datacake

Datacake is a versatile low-code IoT platform that requires no programming skills and minimal time to create custom IoT applications that can be transformed into a white-label IoT solution at the touch of a button. Thanks to its multi-network architecture, Datacake supports the connection of a wide range of connectivity options, including LoRaWAN, which has been made particularly easy in terms of initial device onboarding. Here, Datacake has a whole range of different sensors, which have a start template out of the box and thus make it very easy for the user to connect the first devices to the platform.

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About Actility   

Actility is a world leader in Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of companies trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also provides patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of use cases.  Contact us here: https://www.actility.com/contact

Jubilee 30th Telecommunications Forum TELFOR 2022

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Jubilee 30th Telecommunications Forum - TELFOR 2022

15th and 16th November 2022

Crowne Plaza, Belgrade, Serbia


Telecommunications Forum TELFOR is organized as an INTERNATIONAL annual meeting of those professionals working in the broad fields of Telecommunications and Information Technologies. The participants are mostly telecommunications engineers, but also the economists, jurists, managers, governmental officials, students, researchers, operators, service providers and others. In this way TELFOR is the forum in which all relevant aspects of Telecommunications and IT are discussed: subjects of technical nature, development policy, regulatory and economics matters, education, equipment production, services and operation of systems. 

Meet our expert Norbert at the Telekom Serbia Booth!

Norbert Herbert 

Head of Solution Delivery & Ecosystem integration 

Norbert will give a presentation about ThingPark Wireless, the preferred IoT network platform for Service Providers rolling out LPWA connectivity services! 

5G Manufacturing Forum 2022

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5G Manufacturing
Forum 2022

November 1st, 2022

Leveraging 5G connectivity for smart manufacturing

Digital Forum - Free-to-attend


Industry experts will address the need for manufacturers to evolve to stay competitive. Long-standing issues such as unplanned downtime, cyberattacks, and maintenance have been addressed with new technologies such as automation, machine learning, AI, IoT, and Big Data. Still, barriers to digital transformation remain for many.  

Join the forum to discuss these barriers and how to overcome these, and discover tangible solutions for creating a roadmap to Industry 4.0 and the future of manufacturing. 

Follow our expert Alper at 16:10 at the virtual event!

Alper Yegin 

VP of Advanced Technology Development 

Debate: Is connectivity a deal breaker to factory 4.0 success? 

Connectivity is one of the first components for digital change. Each connectivity medium involves a trade-off around speed, range, power consumption, bandwidth and cost. But with fast adoption of IoT devices for new use cases, connectivity may become an issue to support massive data and ensure reliability and speed. This fuels the debate whether a conservative choice could jeopardize digital transformation. Our experts explore the options: from Ethernet to Wi-Fi, through low-power sensors and radio to radio, to LTE and 5G.  

  • Connectivity characteristics for use cases 
  • Connectivity issues and 5G promises 
  • Network virtualisation and cloud options 
  • Spectrum options and small cells 
  • Scalability opportunities and limitations 

Enlit Europe 2022

Enlit Europe 2022

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29th November – 1st December 2022

Frankfurt, Germany

Come and meet us at the LoRa Alliance booth!


Enlit is here to tell the stories of the people, projects and technologies driving the energy transition. Although the road of the energy transition is a bumpy one, filled with challenges, uncertainties, hope and opportunities, one thing is crystal clear: across borders and across sectors: our purpose is to deliver clean, affordable and reliable energy for all – this is what connects us.

The next stop on the journey to connect, inspire and evolve is this November, in Frankfurt.

Please contact our experts to meet them at the event and learn more about us!

Norbert Herbert 

Head of Solution Delivery & Ecosystem integration

Lode van Halewyck

Senior Technical Consultant 

Actility will showcase its private LoRaWAN connectivity solutions that enable supply and energy management of industrial facilities – ThingPark IoT platform, which allows to deploy a unified, scalable, multipurpose IoT network infrastructure for utilities and cities, providing well-defined points of interoperability between systems, and greatly simplifying and reducing integration costs and difficulties.

Actility will show its  latest IoT solutions and their real-life implementations.

Water & Gas Metering

Our water level & tank monitoring solution is ideal for precisely monitoring the level of rivers and tanks leveraging LoRaWan technology.

It uses an ultrasonic sensor (Elsys ELT-Ultrasonic) which offers the best compromise when accurate and repeatable distance measurement is needed.

The LoRaWan long-range technology allows easy installation and the ability to monitor sensors in a very large area with low infrastructure costs.

This system has been designed specifically for ease of use and provides immediate alerts if any conditions fall out of optimal ranges.

Energy Consumption Monitoring and Optimization

The Energy Optimization solution kit is a technique and technology dedicated to energy efficiency. It is used to determine the existing energy spending on in-service equipment through the identification of patterns to prevent costly operational spending and optimize the energy spending.​

There are numerous sources of energy consumers in industrialized sites. These various sources can present overconsumption, leading to significant energy expenditure. The main challenge for managers in sites such as factories, airports, ports, and hospitals is to identify where the largest items of expenditure are situated to optimize the equipment operation.

Tracking and more

When choosing an Internet of Things GPS tracker, there are a lot of factors to consider. One of the main choices that you need to make is what type of tracking technology you want your device to use, and therefore which connectivity.  

One of the most popular frequencies is LoRa, which uses license-free radio frequency bands to make LoRaWAN GPS technology accessible for a wide number of tracking use cases. 

As a result, there’s a quality LoRa tracking device out there for all sorts of industrial uses.  Abeeway is proud to offer a selection of LoRa tracker solutions to our customers. 

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Wireless Congress 2022

ELECTRONICA & Wireless Congress 2022

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November 16th -17th 2022

Munich, Germany


The Wireless Congress 2022: Systems and Applications will focus on the latest developments and the practical application of advanced wireless systems in industry: 5G/5.xG/6G, Wi-Fi 6/6E/7, DECT-2020, TSN for wireless networks, resilient networks, wireless sensing, information-centric networking, software defined networking (SDN), next generation LPWAN and much more as well as the use of AI in communication networks.

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Murata has designed and manufactured the Abeeway-Murata Geolocation Module (LBEU5ZZ1WL) co-developed with Abeeway, a market leader in low-power combined indoor and outdoor geolocation, an Actility Group company. The low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) location modules are designed to maximize battery life, with superior sensitivity and high flexibility, to build customized low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) tracking devices. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments, applications include asset recovery, traceability, inventory management, and theft prevention. 

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Meet us at the event!

Contact our experts now to get an onsite meeting, if you wish to see the demo or get any information about Abeeway and Actility products and services. 

Africa Tech Festival

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Actility at
Africa Tech Festival

Date : 7th – 11th November,

Location : Cape Town , South Africa

Since 1997, the Africa Tech Festival has worked to create a memorable event.

As well as being the largest tech event on the continent, it is the most impactful at a time when uniting Africa’s tech ecosystems, business communities, and political leadership and aligning their ambition to elevate African economies. 

Actility, being at the heart of an ecosystem of IoT sensors and applications makers, offers an IoT connectivity platform, ThingPark, providing its LoRaWAN™ network server and software to manage both private and public networks, under a unified, scalable, multipurpose IoT network infrastructure. Our solutions are used in all IoT verticals, like Smart Cities, Industry 4.0, Smart Buildings, Smart Agriculture, Logists, Utilities and more.  

Moreover, Abeeway, an Actility subsidiary, provides low-power tracking solutions for assets and people safety. For instance, we offer solutions for Mining, Oil & Gas industries:  

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Meet Stéphane at the event if you would like to learn more about our solutions! 

Stéphane Sisse, Director, Channel and Key Accounts

Asset management in oil & gas facilities and open pit mines

Large open pit mines and oil and gas drilling sites contain expensive mission-critical equipment such as vehicles, heavy machinery, backup generators, equipment, and tools. Monitoring is essential to avoid accidents, streamline operations, and avoid theft. Tracking assets substantially increases productivity, while theft detection of unattended equipment reduces costs. Abeeway does this all minus installation difficulties even in harsh and remote environments.

Workers safety in mines, oil & gas platforms

In remote and hazardous working environments such as oil and gas platforms or mines, worker security is important with fatality rate being 7x greater than all other industries. Our indoor/outdoor trackers combined with the LoRaWAN network lets you quickly and precisely respond to emergencies. This reduces injuries and fatalities with immediate detection and assistance, as well as evacuation during calamities. 

Personnel and asset location in underground mines and tunnels

Underground mining process involves large flows of human workforce and assets. The difficulty to locate workers and equipment leads to ineffective coordination of processes and operations resulting to delays, errors, and additional costs. Abeeway trackers enable visibility and safety of people and assets in deep indoor environments. With our cost-efficient solution, you can track the exact location of workers and assets using LoRaWAN, BLE beaconing system, or WiFi fingerprinting.  

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IEEE World Forum IoT 2022

IEEE World Forum IoT 2022

October 26th -November 11th 2022

Yokohama, Japan


The 8th IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (IEEE WFIoT2022) is the premier event of the Multi-Society IEEE IoT Initiative. You will find a comprehensive and exciting program that brings the latest developments from industry, the business world, the public sector, and the research community, attracting the most prominent people from across the breath of the IoT ecosystem, the latest news of significant innovations and advances from the academic community, and shared experiences from practitioners and end-users about the successes and challenges of IoT deployments.

The Theme for the World Forum is “Sustainability and the Internet of Things”, where presentations and panels will emphasize the four pillars of sustainability: human, social, economic, and environmental, with a focus on how technical IoT applications and solutions contribute to the seventeen Sustainability Development Goals that were developed in the UN Brundtland Report.

The IEEE WFIoT2022 will be held as a hybrid conference consisting of both Virtual Live Online and Face-Face sessions, including local and remote presence.

We are honored to welcome you at the tutorial that our expert Alper Yegin will attend on the 27th of October from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Introduction to LoRaWAN:

LoRaWAN is the wireless communication technology that is specifically built for serving Massive IoT use cases through its long range and low power nature. With the help of its operation over unlicensed bands and low-cost infra investment, we are witnessing rapid adoption of this technology practically in all IoT verticals, from pet tracking to smart cities. In this tutorial, Alper Yegin will introduce the technical features, example use cases, current deployments, and the latest developments in LoRaWAN.

Plenary talk - LoRaWAN: Delivering LPWAN and Building Massive IoT

Alper Yegin is a technology architect involved in research, design, and standardization of IoT and mobile technologies. Prior to his current positions,Alper has worked for Samsung Electronics Research Center where he led the 5G IP mobility, 4G WiMAX security, and ETSI M2M security design projects. He has made essential contributions to the design and standardization of networking technologies including Mobile IP, IPv6, Zigbee IP, and PANA during his tenure at Samsung, DoCoMo USA Labs, and Sun Microsystems. Alper has also has been actively involved in international standards organizations such as IETF, 3GPP, ETSI, LoRa Alliance, Zigbee Alliance, and WiMAX Forum at contributor and committee chair capacities and is a past member of IETF Wireless and IPv6 Forum Technical Directorates, author of numerous telecom-related standards and papers with 16 granted and several pending patents.

LoRaWAN Live San Francisco 2022

LoRaWAN Live San Francisco 2022

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October 11th -13th 2022

San Francisco, USA


Join industry leaders from around the world, enterprises, device makers, system integrators, distributors, developers, solution providers, educational institutions, and many more within the LoRaWAN ecosystem!

October 11-12: Committee Face-to-Face Meetings for LoRa Alliance members* only

October 13:  Members and Non-Members Welcome, pick which event to register for:

    • LoRaWAN Training Sessions
    • Pre-Certification Test Event

Meet Thior at the event if you would like to learn more about us!

Building end-to-end tracking using LoRaWAN roaming between private and community networks

The demo will consist of the initial device setup, setting a tracking scenario (geofencing), then triggering a roaming event, checking the tracking data still received on the application and monitoring the roaming happening on the back end.  

Key benefits :

  • Be present to shape the future of the LoRaWAN standard. 
    • Each committee meeting will include key strategic planning sessions for 2023. 
  • Participate in committee discussions and decision-making that can benefit your company. 
  • Make professional connections to accelerate partnerships and shorten business decision timelines in areas such as innovation, product and solution development, deployment, and marketing. 
  • Make the most of chance networking opportunities: by the water cooler, in the hallway, over coffee or a meal. 

In-person networking has a much greater impact than virtual networking and can quickly generate opportunities for business development such as: 

  • Unplanned conversations in a hallway, elevator, or over a meal  
  • Developing strong personal connections with prospective partners, suppliers, and customers 
  • Obtaining honest answers to roadblock questions/issues in a timely manner 
  • Saving time by jump-starting relationships and reducing time-to-market 
  • Likewise, avoiding time spent with incompatible “fits” 
  • Avoiding misunderstandings and answering questions quickly 

Intelligent Building System

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Intelligent Building Systems Paris 

DATE : 8th-9th November 

LOCATION: France, Paris, Porte de Versailles – Pavilion 5.1 

TIMES: November 8: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. | November 9: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

We are thrilled to announce our presence at the 12th Edition of IBS

IBS has been supporting the tremendous rise of NTIC in buildings and cities for more than a decade since its inception. This revolution has resulted in a profound shift in the approach of players in regulation and building automation markets, with the use of IP networks bringing innovative solutions for technical management as well as an opening to the world.  

At this event, Actility and our Partner Elsys will present a complete IoT (Internet of Things) solution for Smart buildings, use cases and real-life implementations, and the benefits of LoRaWAN technology when applied to Smart Buildings. You will learn how to easily set up the solution in your building, and which valuable data and insights you will be able to quickly get from it. 

Discover one of our solution

Elsys Predictive pack

Our Presence detection and environmental monitoring evaluation kit is adapted to harsh industrial environments, warehouse storage, retail, offices, and indoor locations. Combining robustness, compactness, and longevity, the ERS device is equipped with an IPR sensor (Passive Infra-Red). This sensor is ideal for indoor infrared detection of the presence and movement of people.

Contact Shmuel if you want to meet us at the event and learn more about our solutions:


Shmuel Solomon

Channel Sales Manager, Enterprise Products

Our teams will meet you at booth D01 Pavilion 5.1 – Porte de Versailles (France, Paris)

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About Elsys.se

ELSYS is a leading provider of LoRAWAN® sensors. 

With more than a decade of gathered knowledge of wireless sensors has ELSYS grown to be leading in its field. They have a wide range of sensors for smart buildings compatible with all markets and any LoRaWAN network provider, which makes it possible to use them worldwide. Their focus has always been to develop quality products that are easy to use and require low maintenance. The device’s battery life is up to ten years, has NFC for configurations, and has a Scandinavian design. 

Contact: https://www.elsys.se/en/kontakt/ 

About Actility

Actility, being at the heart of an ecosystem of IoT sensors and applications makers, offers an IoT connectivity platform, ThingPark, providing its LoRaWAN™ network server and software to manage both private and public networks, under a unified, scalable, multipurpose IoT network infrastructure. 

Contact us here: https://www.actility.com/contact 

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SIDO 2022

SIDO 2022

Dates: 8 & 9 November 2022

Location: Palais des Congrès Paris, France

Meet us at the event!

SIDO, a pioneer in France, has been bringing together the IoT sector since 2015, breaking down barriers between sectoral and technological universes and assisting industrial and service companies in realizing their connected, autonomous, and intelligent projects. Since 2019, it has become Europe’s benchmark B2B event on the convergence of IoT, IA, XR, and Robotics technologies, aimed at strategic innovation and business operational decision-makers! SIDO is the must-attend Tech & Usage event where companies’ digital transformations take shape!

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