Radio wars endgame

Network providers and standard organisations are locked in a fierce battle to have their IoT radio embedded in your product but which should you choose and why? what will the landscape look like in 10 years? who are going to be the winners and losers? and what steps should you take to ensure your product has longevity without over engineering.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

will use examples of previous tech cycles from the 1970s and 80s to highlight the likely outcome of our current tech cycle for Iot radio selection. I will also refer to some evolutionary theories to discuss how fit for purpose is the essence of the term "survival of the fittest" and how this applies to the development of standard approaches in the IoT space.
The discussion will be around LP Wan and licensed spectrum alternatives aswell as discussing the role of short range radio technologies for IoT devices. I will be using powerpoint to show some slides.

Learning Outcome

Understand the reality of the constraints that govern physical radio systems, compare and contrast Sigfox, Lorawan, Cat m1, lte cat 1, nbiot, bluetooth, 433mhz, zigbee and wifi.

Target Audience

People responsible for selecting IoT technologies in their businesses.

Prerequisites for Attendees

Nothing

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