CES 2018

CES 2018


Event details

9 Jan 2018 - 12 Jan 2018
9:00 - 17:00

3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV, 89109. United States.

At CES, the LoRa Alliance showcased a wide variety of LPWAN applications based on the LoRaWAN standard, covering several of the fastest-growing vertical end-markets for IoT. Smart metering, smart home and end-to-end solutions featured prominently among member exhibitors.
 

CES 2018

3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV, 89109. United States.

Booth 2121 in the Westgate Resort and Casino.

Member demonstrations included the following:

  • GNS’ S-Badge solution is the world’s first security system leveraging a multi-sensor LoRaWAN, Bluetooth low energy beacon, multiple data sensors and high frequency RFID technology to track people, property and assets with location monitoring in indoor and outdoor settings. Each badge is individually customized with a printed photo ID on a scratch-proof and water-resistant beveled surface. OrbiWise showcased OrbiWAN, its industry-leading LoRaWAN protocol-based network server, which is the “brains” that allows operators to comprehensively view, manage and update their smart-everything (city, industrial, agriculture, home, other) LoRaWAN networks.
  • OrionM2M will demonstrate its end-user devices that leverage the LoRaWAN standard, including: OrionGateway, a LoRaWAN base station for communication; OrionMeter, which collects data from water, gas, electricity meters and transfers it through the LoRaWAN network; OrionLighting, designed to allow street lighting management; OrionGPS, for tracking people, animals, cargo, etc.; and an OrionSecurity sensor for detecting moving objects.
  • TrackNet featured Tabs, its all-in-one, low-cost solution providing peace of mind to busy families. The complete suite of products, accessed by a simple mobile app, gives parents visibility into the location and activities of family members and valuables as well as the security and health of their home. Tabs products include a Wristband Locator for children or the elderly, Object Locator, Motion Sensor, Door & Window Sensor, Healthy Home Sensor and smart Push Button. In addition, the app provides Wi-Fi parental controls to shield children from inappropriate web content and control how much—and where—they spend time online.
  • UBICQUIA® offers municipalities, utilities and broadband service providers the costeffective and expandable Ubicell™ platform for deploying smart city services. The company will demonstrate how its LoRaWAN network-based, fully integrated streetlight IoT router enables advanced lighting control, utility-grade metering, environmental monitoring, and video and audio applications, in combination with connectivity to other network protocols for gigabit speeds, public Wi-Fi, small cell services and more.