LoRa Transmits to Satellites for Global Coverage

By Claire Swedberg

Swarm has built Semtech LoRa technology into its Low Earth Orbit satellites that communicate with Internet of Things devices in remote areas where terrestrial networks are not available, such as at sea or in the desert.

Global satellite company  Swarm Technologies has built LoRa technology into its satellites to enable Internet of Things (IoT) deployments where terrestrial connectivity is absent. With  Semtech LoRa chips built into its Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, Swarm Technologies says it can provide a view into the locations and conditions of LoRa sensor devices potentially anywhere around the globe. With the satellite connectivity solution, Semtech's LoRa...

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