The world’s biggest LoRaWAN® conference comes on January 30 - 31, 2020 in Amsterdam. Over 2000 IoT professionals from 50+ countries will come together to meet the industry leaders, explore the latest in LoRaWAN and do business with the relevant players in the ecosystem. The Things Conference is organized by The Things Network, a global open LoRaWAN network.
LoRaWAN is a cutting-edge protocol for LPWAN (Low-Power Wide Area Network), designed to connect devices wirelessly over long distances with a minimum of battery power. This technology is one of today's most popular and fastest-growing IoT solutions as it is easy, affordable, secure and efficient for large-scale deployment. As a result, there are more than 600 known use cases and this is constantly increasing (source: Semtech).
Every year, The Things Conference brings the entire LoRaWAN ecosystem together. Among the companies that will join the conference in 2020, find Semtech, Microchip, Microsoft, Laird, AWS, Murata, Bosch and much more.
For 2 days, all the latest innovations and trends in LoRaWAN are explored by the front-runners in IoT, including the inventor of the LoRa technology (Nicolas Sornin), the chairwoman of the LoRa Alliance (Donna Moore) and the former CTO of Microsoft (Ray Ozzie). The conference is ideal for finding your next customer, partner, vendor or employee and to accelerate your LoRaWAN development.
Join The Things Conference 2020 and learn what the future of LoRaWAN has in store for you! Use our code “FRIEND-OF-CIRCUITDIGEST” at checkout and save 10% on your registration until the end of December.