Internet of Things (IoT) technology is becoming increasingly pervasive as the amount of innovative and sometimes unexpected Applications continues to grow. With the onset of COVID-19, even more enterprise and consumer users were encouraged to adopt advanced technologies, causing the number of IoT-enabled applications and devices to skyrocket. In fact, Cisco predicts the number of global IoT networked devices to reach 27.1 billion in 2021, up from 17.1 billion in 2016.
Globally, LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN standard for connectivity create smarter, more efficient IoT applications across different industries, including healthcare, industrial, smart cities, and buildings. With the number of connected devices rapidly increasing, organizations and people need a simple solution that enables interoperability and seamless connection between the many devices in a single environment, especially as industries continue to adopt smart applications. In addition, long-range, low-power sensors can help evolve smart spaces, allowing IoT devices to work together both inside and outside to bring value to all.
To better understand how LoRa and LoRaWAN connectivity can create a safer, more sustainable, and comfortable planet for organizations and end-users, check out the LoRa Everyone infographic: