LoRa Alliance Partner
The LoRa Alliance® is an open, non-profit association with the mission to achieve massive IoT through the global adoption of the LoRaWAN® standard.
Donna Moore, CEO and Chairwoman of the LoRa Alliance, discusses how LoRaWAN will grow in 2023 after the incredible progress it made in 2022.
LoRa Alliance® Announces LoRaWAN® Payload Codec API That Accelerates Device Onboarding to Enable Massive IoT
LoRa Alliance® Launches IPv6 Over LoRaWAN®; Opens Wide Range of New Markets for LoRaWAN
LoRa Alliance® Achieves 66% Growth in Public LoRaWAN® Networks Over Past 3 Years
LoRa Alliance® Achieves 66 Percent Growth in Public LoRaWAN Networks Over Past 3 Years
Meet LoRa Alliance
The LoRa Alliance® is an open, nonprofit association that has become one of the largest and fastest-growing alliances in the technology sector since its inception in 2015. Its members closely collaborate and share experiences to promote and drive the success of the LoRaWAN® standard as the leading open global standard for secure, carrier-grade IoT LPWAN connectivity. With the technical flexibility to address a broad range of IoT applications, both static and mobile, and a certification program to guarantee interoperability, LoRaWAN® has already been deployed by major mobile network operators globally, with continuing wide expansion into 2022 and beyond.
Our members come from organizations of all types around the world addressing all aspects of the ecosystem. Members include multi-nationals telecommunication companies, equipment manufacturers, system integrators, sensor manufacturers, entrepreneurial start-ups, and semi-conductor companies. In the Americas, APAC, and EMEA, our members develop, deploy and use the technology across countries and continents, driving the implementation of the Internet of Things. The LoRa Alliance® is an organization with membership addressing the need of the individual company and is divided into sponsor, contributor, and adopter levels.
The LoRaWAN® specification is a Low Power, Wide Area (LPWA) networking protocol designed to wirelessly connect battery operated ‘things’ to the internet in regional, national or global networks, and targets key Internet of Things (IoT) requirements such as bi-directional communication, end-to-end security, mobility and localization services.