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Sensors & IIoT North America

April 14 @ 11:00 - 16:30 America/New_York

The Sensors & IIoT – Manufacturing + Automation + Robotics – North America event will take place online on April 14 & 15, 2021.

LoRaWAN Ambassador Michael Finegan will be delivering the Closing Keynote on Day 1 from 3:40pm to 4:00pm Eastern time on April 14. 

Register now! Various ticket options are available, including a free option! Or receive a 15% discount on paid ticket options by using code: LORA15

Taking place April 14 – 15, Sensors & IIoT: Manufacturing + Robotics + Automation North America virtual event attracts over 500 senior level decision makers from manufacturing, automotive, supply chain & logistics, smart cities, energy plus many more.

Expert speakers will cover key topics such as digital transformation, smart factories, AI & machine learning, data analytics, Industry 4.0, robotics & automation, industrial innovation, 5g & connectivity, VR & AR, security, robots & cobots, plus much more.

Michael’s session, “Connecting Machines with LoRaWAN® – Operational Technology + IoT”, will address how LoRaWAN can be implemented in a connected machine environment.

Michael’s session will also focus on and illustrate number other topics, such as:

  •  – how to implement new IoT devices and sensors in a production PLC environment or SCADA infrastructures,
  •  – how legacy machine retrofits can use the edge based technology along with Low Power Wide Area Networking to help aggregate information and breathe new life into machines that were deployed in the 1970’s and integrate them into new 2021 platforms,
  •  – how this flexible architecture allows organizations to create “Drop-in sensor networks” using this long range technology to cover large factory environments that will not interfere with existing infrastructure, and 
  •  – how the LoRaWAN hub and spoke architecture can be implemented to support remote monitoring for locations that are permanently or temporarily inaccessible by humans due to hazardous conditions or quality restrictions.

Click here to learn more about this event and register now!

Various registration ticket levels are available for this event, including a free version! If you are interested in purchasing a paid ticket option, receive a 15% discount by using this code: LORA15


April 14, 2021 @ 11:00 am EDT
April 15, 2021 @ 4:30 pm EDT
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