物联网 (IoT) 在整个垂直行业受到欢迎，连接设备的数量不断增长，但连接技术的格局仍错综复杂。任何一种物联网网络都做不到全面覆盖并满足所有垂直物联网用例的要求。
在短短六年的时间里，Semtech 的 LoRa Core™ 产品组合带动了全球经济和环境的变化。这项创新技术为创新提供了新的机会 – 助力企业和公民，使世界变得更美好。
资产追踪是物联网 (IoT) 部署最广泛的应用之一。到 2025 年，物联网对工厂、零售场所、工作场所、办公室和家庭的总体经济影响可能高达 6.3 万亿美元， according to McKinsey Global. A variety of industries, including home and building, healthcare, agriculture, and food services in addition to the industrial and logistics markets, are investing in smarter technologies to replace siloed legacy systems with automated asset management solutions. Many existing geolocation applications are power hungry and require multiple devices, software and services from multiple vendors, resulting in increased complexity and cost.
As Internet of Things (IoT) customers discover the benefits of LoRa® devices for applications as diverse as water metering, smart lighting or tracking rhinos, there is increasing demand for “location of things” services. Location is a vital component of the IoT that encompasses the ability of things to sense and communicate their geographic position. Location data helps organize, track and account for the billions of Internet-connected devices based on sensors and other location-centric elements in them. The ability to capture location data forms the basis of location-based services, and starts with the physical radio frequency (RF) technologies that interact with the world around them. Several technologies, such as GPS, LoRa and others, are able to provide outdoor location information. However, for precise indoor location where GPS has no tangible reach, and to enable continuous location detection or tracking, indoor positioning systems (IPS) technologies such as Wi-Fi come into play.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a truly massive phenomenon. Revenue numbers from market projections for IoT are staggering - Market Watch predicts that IoT will be worth $2.488 trillion by 2022.
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Semtech’s LoRa® devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology) is a proven long-range, low-power solution for Internet of Things (IoT) that gives system integrators the necessary features to deploy interoperable IoT solutions worldwide. In 2019, it is expected that there will be over 70 countries with public LoRaWAN®-based networks deployed, and over 200,000 gateways globally, with the capacity to support over 1 billion end nodes*.
Looking for a long range, low power, and proven solution for IoT applications that’s easy to use? LoRa® devices and wireless RF technology (LoRa Technology) might be what you need. With LoRa Technology, sensors and application servers can communicate crucial data and diagnostics back and forth between each other, enabling advanced Cloud-based analytics for smarter solutions in a wide variety of verticals.