TrackNet is developing complete systems based on the global LoRaWAN IoT standard that will seamlessly integrate into LoRaWAN networks being deployed globally. These systems aim to provide high value for the applications and use cases that they are targeting in home, consumer, facility management, and asset tracking while expanding network coverage with an optimal cost structure.
The TrackNet team was instrumental in the formation of the LoRa Alliance from their respective roles in Semtech and IBM.
TrackNet CEO, Hardy Schmidbauer was instrumental in developing the ecosystem which became the foundation of the LoRa Alliance in his role as Director of Wireless and IoT at Semtech. Hardy was also the first marketing chairman of the LoRa Alliance. Company co-founders Dr. Thorsten Kramp and Dr. Thomas Eirich were two of the original authors of the LoRaWAN specification in their roles as scientists at IBM research.
Dr. Kramp also played a key role in defining the intellectual property rights (IPR) policy to fit the requirements of founding members IBM and Cisco. TrackNet Co-Founder Joe Knapp, in his role as system architect at Semtech, was instrumental in defining LoRaWAN operation for North America and compliance with FCC.
“It is a pleasure to be back in the LoRa Alliance in our new capacity at TrackNet,” says Dr. Thorsten Kramp, CTO of TrackNet. “It is critical to be active in the Alliance to maintain market leadership and we would like to contribute our expertise in security and roaming to the evolutions in the specification.”
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