Oct 16, 2019
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October 18 - 19

The Things Conference India Featuring Principal Partner Lee Carter (Live Video)

On October 18th and 19th, The Things Conference India will take place in Hyderabad. The symposium is Asia’s largest on LoRaWAN, gathering the IoT and LoRaWAN ecosystem’s most prominent players. As global connectivity continually expands and advances, LoRaWAN technology will become increasingly integral to expansive IoT deployments and capabilities.

The conference provides an exceptional forum to connect with global industry leaders, startups, and relevant governmental officials while offering an opportunity to thoroughly educate oneself on LoRaWAN. With 300+ featured companies, 700+ attendees, and 30+ exhibitors, the event will help showcase an India that is ripe for LoRaWAN ecosystem expansion. At the conference, attendees will be able to choose from various talks and open and exclusive workshops covering a plethora of LoRaWAN topics. The event is for anyone looking to realize LoRaWAN’s potential benefits including enterprises, developers, startups, and governments/regulators.

The conference will emphasize five tracks: LoRaWAN Security, Large Scale Deployments, Business, Use Cases and Getting Started. These tracks provide attendees the opportunity to inculcate themselves with the IoT and LoRaWAN ecosystem. Participants can learn more about LoRaWAN’s extensive potential while developing an understanding of the ecosystems’s security realities, challenges, and successes.

Lee Carter, a Momenta Ventures Principal Partner and representative for our LPWAN Ecosystem Fund, will be speaking via video and sharing perspectives on Investing in the LoRa Ecosystem. To learn more about our Ventures practice and how we can help advance your Digital Industry start-up, connect with us here.

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