The LoRa Alliance
The LoRa Alliance is an open, nonprofit association that represents the LoRaWAN standard. LoRaWAN is growing quickly and expanding into a host of both new geographies and new applications. To see where its headed and why it’s been so successful, I spoke to the Alliance’s Chairwoman, Donna Moore, on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast.
Fremont, Calif. The LoRa Alliance revealed that LoRaWAN certification is accessible for end-devices utilizing static context header compression (SCHC). The accreditation of IPv6 over LoRaWAN using SCHC validates that the end-device reaches the operational constraints of the LoRaWAN IPv6 Adaptation Layer Specification TS010-1.0.0. A precondition of SCHC over LoRaWAN is the end-devices in use need to currently be LoRaWAN Certified.
Embedded Executive: Alistair Fulton, SVP/GM, Wireless and Sensing Products Group, of Semtech - PodcastAugust 31, 2022
The LoRaWAN specification continues to introduce new products, technologies, applications, and use cases on a regular basis. The consortium recently held a large-scale conference to discuss, display, and tout the latest developments.
The LoRa Alliance®, the global association of companies backing the open LoRaWAN® standard for the internet of things (IoT) low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs), announced that LoRaWAN now supports Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) from end-to-end. By expanding the breadth of device-to-application solutions with IPv6, LoRaWAN’s addressable IoT market is broadened to include internet-based standards required in smart electricity metering and new applications in smart buildings, industries, logistics, and homes.
SWAN Forum, LoRa Alliance Partner to Expanded Network Coverage and IoT Adoption in Water Sector - NewsJuly 15, 2020
The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) and the LoRa Alliance have formed a partnership to advance data-driven solutions with water network.
The LoRa Alliance is a fairly dynamic organization, as projects appear to be progressing nicely. The organization began with just a handful of vendors and has now grown to more than 500.
The LoRa Alliance announced its Certification Affiliate option for certifying devices with the LoRaWAN standard.