Organized by Orange & Actility
What are the key differences between LoRaWAN and Mobile IoT (NB-IoT, LTE-M)?
How do LoRaWAN and Mobile IoT complement each other?
What are the different requirements for mapping use cases to connectivity?
What is the strategy from the leading mobile operator, Orange to combine LoRaWAN and Mobile IoT?
How is Actility combining LoRaWAN and Mobile IoT into the ThingPark Wireless platform?
IoT wireless networks are evolving and have experienced exponential growth in the last few years. The demand from the market is that all connected ’things’ work together seamlessly. In order to manage this growing and variety of connected devices — from smart meters, sensors, wearables, cars, homes, street lights, parking meters, agricultural and industrial automation devices — Operators have to be agnostic...
...The IoT market today is wide, and there is no single technology able to address the diversity of devices and applications entering the market. Significant technological developments have been made to provide IoT connectivity with multiple wireless technologies sometimes competing and often responding to different requirements. Choosing the right mix of connectivity solutions requires careful consideration...
...In this webinar, we examine both Mobile IoT (NB-IoT, Cat-M1, Cat-1) and LoRaWAN, with the objective to demonstrate the complementary aspects of the two technologies. We show how operators tap into unlicensed IoT market space using LoRaWAN and complement it with licensed Mobile IoT. Properly matching a connectivity solution to a use case is a complex multidimensional problem requiring analysis of several factors including battery lifetime, coverage, throughput, latency, total cost of ownership (TCO), amongst other factors. We will conclude this webinar with Orange IoT strategy on how they combine LoRaWAN and Mobile IoT.
Founder&CTO at Actility
Cellular IoT Expert at Actility
Ronan Le Bras
Head of Technical Strategy at Orange
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