With the Internet of Things (IoT), what happens to your thing when there’s no internet? Johan Stokking, co-founder of The Things Network and The Things Industries, along with Matt Yanchyshyn from AWS, dig into this.
About The Things Network and The Things Industries
The Things Network is a community project building a global IoT data network in more than 84 countries. Its devices connect to community-maintained gateways, which can communicate over very long distances and last on a single alkaline battery for up to 5-10 years, thanks to the LoRaWAN protocol. The Things Network’s commercial wing, The Things Industries, built a platform using AWS IoT that allows device data to be collected and processed in the cloud using multiple AWS services.
In this special long-format episode of This Is My Architecture, learn how The Things Network and The Things Industries are helping both hobbyists and businesses connect low-power, long-range devices to the cloud. You’ll learn about:
- The Things Industries’ architecture
- How Netcetera is leveraging The Things Network for air quality monitoring in Skopje, North Macedonia
- How Decentlab builds high-quality, long-lasting LoRaWAN devices that work with The Things Network to track environmental conditions
You’ll also get a feel for the community at a local meetup.
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