Meet Momenta's Stephen Berard, Strategy Partner and Lee Carter, Associate Partner.
The Things Conference offers a critical opportunity for those in the space to come together to share knowledge about the hard bits; the long development cycles in IoT and the common mistakes that eat up all your time, money and resources. Further, it provides attendees with the content and knowledge to mitigate risks during their LoRaWAN development.
Stephen Berard on Day 2, February 1st @ 11:30 am will be speaking on Venture Investment in LoRa Technology and the IoT Market. His presentation will detail how investing in Industrial IoT requires a non-traditional venture capital skill-set, investment thesis, sourcing approach, and acceleration model. He'll also discuss Momenta Ventures' perspective, learnings and why we believe the LoRaWAN market is so compelling.
Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) have evolved at a critical time in the Internet of Things (IoT) as connected devices expand their presence. With the variety of statistics predicting the skyrocketing number of IoT connected devices in existence by 2020 and 2030, one thing has remained consistent, the need for an underlying computing paradigm that will complement both traditional cellular and short-range wireless technologies to meet the needs of the burgeoning plethora of connected applications. With four billion IoT devices expected to rely on LPWANs by 2025,
Good to know: Every attendee will be provided with free access to an online LoRaWAN course from the time of ticket purchase till March 2019. The LoRaWAN course is a 10-module online course which covers all the fundamentals around the technology. It includes in-depth lectures, podcasts, tutorials and articles about Radio Modulation, LoRaWAN Security, Geolocation, Large Scale deployments and many more.