Why LoRa?

Power efficient

Perfect for Internet of Things devices

Long range

We beat the world record – received a signal from 702 kilometres

Low cost

It’s cheap to build an infrastructure

It's free

You don’t have to pay for the frequency license

What is LoRa?

LoRaWAN is Low Power, Wide Area (LPWA) networking protocol. It was designed especially to connect small devices – parts of Internet of Things, with the bi-directional communication, end-to-end security, mobility and localization services.

About LoRa Alliance

The Lora Alliance is an open and non-profit organization with more than 500 members. It was established in 2015 with the goal of promoting and developing LoRaWAN protocol by collaboration and sharing experiences.

The members of the LoRa Alliance believe that the time of the Internet of Things is now and that standardization and a strong, growing ecosystem is the only way drive volume deployments for low power wide area (LPWA) networks.

Read our LoRa case study

According to most of the forecasts presented by Forbes, IoT market is going to develop rapidly in the coming years. Some forecasts say that it will grow from $157B in 2016 to $457B in 2020. Such a rapid technology development requires huge work targeted at the unification of the ways we manage the billions of devices connected to the global network. Find out how Thaumatec is working on the integration of LoRa protocol into communication between sensors and computers.

Are you interested in possibilities of LoRa?

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