Membership Benefits

LoRa Alliance Membership


Our members come from organizations of all types around the world addressing all aspects of the Eco-system. Members include multi-nationals telecommunication companies, equipment manufacturers, system integrators, sensor manufacturers, entrepreneurial start-ups and semiconductors. In Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, our members develop, deploy and use the technology across countries and continents, driving the implementation of internet of things. The LoRa Alliance is an organization with memberships addressing the need of the individual company and is divided into a sponsor, contributor and an adopter group.

Membership Benefits

LoRa Alliance has created a structured organization with multiple tiers of membership and a range of benefits that meet the needs of the different types of organizations that wish to participate.

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Member Testimonials


With over 500 members in about three years, the LoRa Alliance™ allows its members to have a direct role in transforming and facilitating mass adoption of long range, low power, machine-to-machine connectivity. LoRaWAN™ is positioned to be the protocol of choice for IoT networks.
Marc Pegulu
Vice President and General Manager of Wireless and Sensing Products Group at Semtech.
The unique capabilities of LoRa® devices and wireless RF technology and the LoRaWAN™ protocol – high performance, low power and affordable connectivity – offers the industry a diverse set of applications that expands from tracking sensors for individuals with dementia to monitoring fertilizer levels in soil. Our technology has been widely adopted for years which makes it the most mature LPWAN platform.
Marc Pegulu
Vice President and General Manager of Wireless and Sensing Products Group at Semtech
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 released the IBM 'LoRaWAN in C' as an open source under the Eclipse Public Licence.
Dr. Thorsten Kramp
Master Inventor, IBM Research