Sponsor Members



Contributor Members

  • EXO S.A.



Adopter Members

  • Innovation Vision FZE
  • Silentsoft
  • Smart Unified utility Solutions
  • Ukrainian Optical Systems Limited Liability Company
  • Viloc



Institutional Members

  • PUC-Rio
  • theMakers.org

The LoRaWAN technology is ideal to target battery operated sensors and low power applications as a complement to M2M cellular connectivity

Richard Viel

Chief Operating Officer of Bouygues


With LoRaWAN, entire cities or countries can be covered with a few base stations, no longer requiring the upfront rollout and maintenance of thousands of nodes as in traditional mesh networking. This has made IoT possible now, with minimal infrastructure investment.

Olivier Hersent

Chairman & CTO of Actility


To encourage the mass adoption of low cost, long range machine-to-machine connectivity, open ecosystems are critical. In addition to IBM's support of the LoRA Alliance we have also released the IBM 'LoRaWAN in C' as open source under the Eclipse Public License.

Dr. Thorsten Kramp

Master Inventor, IBM Research


LoRaWAN has taken inteliLIGHT, our already proven street lighting management solution, to a whole new level. The entire system becomes even easier and faster to install, with a minimal investment, unprecedented reach and unlimited Smart City applications. It truly is a game changer.

Mozes Lorand



Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Networks are an excellent connectivity solution. They complement well with existing M2M business.
In order to deploy dedicated solutions and sensors all around the world, an open standard is needed to ensure interoperability.Therefore, the LoRaWAN R1.0 protocol is a major step for the LoRa Alliance and its supporting members.

Geert Standaert

Chief Technology Officer, Proximus