People are the most important assets of any organization, and amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, businesses and industries have to ensure secure social distancing and contact tracing to allow their people to feel more confident about working in a co-located physical workplace. In this webinar we will be talking about how LoRaWAN devices can help fight against COVID-19 by detecting proximity and contact tracing among people in areas like offices or public spaces. Join us to learn how to:
LoRaWAN is designed to wirelessly connect battery operated ‘things’ to the internet in regional, national or global networks, and targets key Internet of Things (IoT) requirements. It has high security integrated in its design and the powerful LoRa Alliance ecosystem, endorsing it. This allows this technology to have countless applications, from personnel tracking to smart cities, spreading rapidly around the world.
Olivier Hersent, CEO at Actility
Recognized telecom and technology expert, who founded NetCentrex, a leading provider of VoIP infrastructure for service providers, then became CTO of Comverse after the acquisition of NetCentrex in 2006. Olivier is a recognized thought leader in Telecoms and Energy markets and is the author of several books on networking technology, VoIP, M2M, Internet of Things(IoT) and the Smart Grid. Olivier graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and has later on, in 2010, founded Actiliy, IoT solution provider. Via its ThingPark Wireless platform, Actility uses the LoRaWAN technology to enable LPWA IoT networks for countless applications.
Bert Vanaken, Founder at WMW
Experienced Founder with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Strong business development professional skilled in Business Strategy, Process Optimization, Strategic Negotiations, IoT and Data Analytics.
Rohit Gupta, Product Manager at Actility
Product manager for LPWAN geolocation and Cellular IoT within Actility, Rohid holds several patents in the area of wireless communications and his interests lie in the area of LPWAN geolocation, IoT, cloud RAN, virtualization and 5G. Rohid has worked in the past in several companies such as Ericsson, National Instruments, ST Microelectronics and OpenAirInterface Software Alliance, in several different roles around product development and management.