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Using Low Power Wide Area Networks For Industries with Minimal Total Cost Of Ownership And High Robustness

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This talk will be followed by a Live Q&A Discussion on Zoom.

Low power wide area networking technologies enable users to use low cost, battery-powered sensors from long communication distances with minimal service and setup requirements. This accelerates industrial digitalization efforts by lowering down the cost of IoT for enterprises, it also creates an enormous opportunity for better industrial AI. However, due to the very nature of those technologies and the current hardware ecosystem, there are some important aspects that users need to be aware of such as hardware management, network optimization, and overall system modeling. Burak will talk about the fundamentals of using low-cost networking and IoT technologies for industrial requirements.
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Doini
Score: 0 | 10 months ago | 1 reply

Thank you for the informative presentation!

PolatSpeaker
Score: 0 | 10 months ago | no reply

Thank you very much, I hope it was helpful!

SubraGanesan
Score: 0 | 10 months ago | 1 reply

How safe are these against Electromagnetic interference

PolatSpeaker
Score: 0 | 10 months ago | no reply

Hello,
LPWAN technologies are typically developed for low power and long-range communications. To achieve this they provide large link budgets in order to avoid any natural RF noise interference. This also helps them to overcome electromagnetic interference. So I can say, they are pretty good compare to other technologies.
Different LPWANs are using different modulation schemes for this.

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