The IoT Centre at CENSIS helps SMEs overcome many of the challenges they face in product development and allow them to fast-track the development of IoT products and services.
In addition to a demonstration area and project development space, we offer regular technology seminars with high profile vendors to provide advice and guidance on how best to use their products to generate greater business efficiencies.
These workshops are aimed at experienced design engineers, keeping them up-to-date with the latest technical developments around connected devices and IoT.
This one is aimed at design engineers with an interest in designing long-range IoT solutions based on the LoRaWAN™ MAC Class A protocol. Regrettably the workshop is not suitable for current undergraduates or new graduates/students who do not hold the minimum level of hardware design experience.
Over the course of the day, delegates will learn the basics of this long-range network structure, including the modulation scheme, and the parameters that allow this extraordinary range. Stream Technologies team will provide technical input and advice through out the event.
In the morning, we will cover the theory in sufficient depth to allow you to start development right away. After lunch, you'll be up and running with the RN2903 LoRaWAN™ module, with a hands-on session working with the simple UART interface and connecting to a real LoRa™ network.
At the end of the day, you will have the skills they need to start their own development with this technology.
Please register your interest and apply to join CENSIS, Microchip, Arrow and Stream Technologies for a free, interactive design workshop; part of a series of seminars brought to you by the CENSIS IoT Centre.
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For more information on this event or if you are attending and would like arrange a meeting please contact us.
When: 9th March, 2017
Where: Inovo Building, George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD