Watch The Things Industries’ hardware developer build a LoRaWAN® device from scratch at the world’s first 8-hour live soldering session

TheThings Network

The Things Network Global Team

Posted on 18-01-2022

Join The Things Conference Embedded on 28 January 2022 to dive into LoRaWAN device development and witness the first-ever live LoRaWAN soldering session streamed from 12 PM to 8 PM CET during the conference day.

Orkhan Amiraslanov, hardware developer at The Things Industries, will perform a live soldering session of Generic Node Sensor Edition, a LoRaWAN node packed with sensors that can support over 30 use cases. Some of the development board’s components include STMicroelectronics STM32WL system-on-chip, Ignion’s Virtual Antenna™, onboard Qwiic / STEMMA QT connector and a secure element from Microchip.

Get a chance to see the node soldering through developer’s eyes, understand the complexity of hardware development and learn all about Generic Node Sensor Edition, a LoRaWAN node with open firmware and hardware development tools. During the live session, you will have a unique opportunity to dive into the head of an IoT device maker, listen and learn about LoRaWAN device development through analyst commentary and ask your questions to Orkhan in real time.

The Things Conference Embedded is a full-day online event dedicated to LoRaWAN firmware and hardware development that took place online on 28 January. Watch the live solderin session:

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