IoT Now Magazine 2021 Q2 – LoRaWAN simplicity helps IoT pick up the pace

It’s time to demystify the complexities of IoT connectivity – and it starts with jargon.

Not all IoT can be easy but with devices and apps simplifying, it has become noticeable that the connectivity side remains a complicated jungle of telecoms industry technology.

As IoT continues to enter the mainstream it’s time to face up to the need for simplification.

Inside This Issue:

  • Talking Heads: Semtech’s Alistair Fulton tells George Malim that the simplicity and rapid deployment capability of LoRaWAN is opening up IoT opportunities
  • IoT Now Enterprise Buyers’ Guide: Which IoT Platform 2021? Beecham Research deconstruct what makes up the perfect IoT platform
  • Private LoRaWAN Report: George Malim explores whether LoRaWAN’s diverse ecosystem will help it achieve success in private networks in our new seven-page report
  • Company Profile: floLIVE’s Asaf Gigi details the company’s IoT platform capabilities
  • Case Study: How the internet of cranes is reaching for the skies
  • Interview: Pelion’s Charlene Marini explains why connectivity and device management don't have to be so complex
  • Case Study: How Twilio’s Distributed IoT Mobile Core powered contactless access during the pandemic
  • CEO Guide to Green Transport 2021: Kigen's Vincent Korstanje explains why green transport relies on secure, trusted environments

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