Watch the Things Industries’ Hardware Developer Build a LoRaWAN Device From Scratch at the World’s First 8-Hour Live Soldering Session

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Join The Things Conference Embedded on January 28, 2022 to dive into LoRaWAN device development and witness the first-ever live LoRaWAN® soldering session streamed from 12 PM to 19 PM CET during the conference day.

Orkhan Amiraslanov, hardware developer at The Things Industries, will perform a live soldering session of Generic Node Sensor Edition, a LoRaWAN node packed with sensors that can support over 30 use cases. Some of the development board’s components include STMicroelectronics STM32WL system-on-chip, Ignion’s Virtual Antenna™, onboard Qwiic / STEMMA QT connector, and a secure element from Microchip

Get a chance to see the node soldering through the developer’s eyes, understand the complexity of hardware development and learn all about Generic Node Sensor Edition, a LoRaWAN node with open firmware and hardware development tools. During the live session, you will have a unique opportunity to dive into the head of an IoT device maker, listen and learn about LoRaWAN device development through analyst commentary and ask your questions to Orkhan in real-time

The Things Conference Embedded is a full-day online event dedicated to LoRaWAN firmware and hardware development, taking place online on January 28. The live soldering session, which is a part of the conference, will last 8 hours and will be available to stream on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Join now

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IoT For All is creating resources to enable companies of all sizes to leverage IoT. From technical deep-dives, to IoT ecosystem overviews, to evergreen resources, IoT For All is the best place to keep up with what's going on in IoT.