ESA BIC UK Company Lacuna Space is Pleased to Announce its Sponsorship of The Things Conference
Lacuna Space has been developing Internet of Things connectivity over satellite since 2016 and is based in the ESA Business Incubation Centre at Harwell campus, with several regional offices. Their vision is to provide low-cost, simple and reliable global connections to sensors and mobile equipment which works everywhere, and all the time, so you can focus on using your data. Lacuna Space is please to announce its sponsorship of The Things Conference (www.thethingsnetwork.org/conference) running from 1st to 3rd February 2018 in Amsterdam, NL.
This is the leading LoRaWAN developer conference organised by The Things Network and is expected to attract over 500 attendees for presentations and workshops from over 40 industry leading presenters.
Thomas Telkamp from Lacuna Space will be presenting ‘LoRaWAN from Space’ explaining how the Lacuna Network will enable existing LoRaWAN™ devices to talk to satellites when out of the reach of terrestrial networks, and thereby enabling coverage of the entire planet.
Lacuna’s collaborator, and the inventor of LoRa, Nicholas Sornin of Semtech, will be presenting the long-term future of LoRa.
Lacuna Space expects to begin trials of its beta service of ‘The Lacuna Network’ in late 2018. It is currently working with device manufacturers, application developers and end-users such as micro enterprises with huge ambitions, social enterprises and large multinational companies.
For more information visit www.lacuna.space/