Join the Largest LoraWAN Event - Time to Ride a Wave of Change

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Virtual LoRaWAN Conference

The world’s largest LoRaWAN event goes virtual from Jan 25 to 29, 2021. Join the global, week-long virtual LoRaWAN conference to level-up your skillset, get access to top-notch LoRaWAN products and services, and have thousands of professional connections at your fingertips.

We’ve come a long way since the market inception of LoRaWAN in February 2015. We’re more than 5 years in, time to ride a wave of change and start building IoT at scale.

Find out what The Things Conference 2021 has in store for you:

Level-up your skillset by joining LoRaWAN fundamentals sessions and technical deep dives with the #1 experts in the ecosystem

Meet the industry leaders such as Semtech, ST, Bosch, Edge Impulse, Tektelic, LoRa Alliance, Microsoft, and many more

Find your next partners and customers through a cutting-edge matchmaking virtual tool and interactive networking sessions

Get hands-on with all the LoRaWAN devices in the market. Join the virtual LoRaWAN Wall of Fame and remotely experience top-notch products and services

Get recognized as an IoT expert with The Things Certification, test and prove your knowledge with certifications on LoRaWAN basics, security, network management, and more.

Together with 15 000 IoT professionals, we dive into LoRaWAN technology and share the anecdotes no-one wants to hear. Focusing on IoT war stories which give us headaches and restless nights of sleep. You will be confronted with security threads, power-hungry LoRaWAN settings, product lock-ins, miscalculated costs, hardware, optimistic lead-time estimations, and POCs of death.

Join The Things Conference to see the real world of LoRaWAN. Gain the know-how, connections, and latest solutions to mitigate risks and build IoT that scales. Register today and use our code “TTC2021-FRIEND-OF-CIRCUIT-DIGEST” at checkout and save 10% on your registration.

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