KPN, one of the biggest connectivity providers in The Netherlands is nowadays investing in the newest IoT connectivity technologies. One one of them is LoRa. This new technology will make it possible to connect low-data M2M devices to the Internet via a low-frequency connection. Potential benefits include street lights that can be remotely activated and deactivated, real-time. KPN plans to participate in the LoRa Alliance. The introduction of LoRa and the planned participation in the LoRa Alliance are key factors in accelerating the national and international development of Internet of Things. LoRa stands for ‘Long Range’ and makes it possible to connect millions of low-data and low-energy devices to the Internet in a cost-effective way. This can help organizations improve their services and business processes, reduce costs and develop new business models.
Inteliments has become on of their first start up KPN partners to deploy those new connectivity technologies together on the Dutch market.