Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021!
This year will be all about low-consumption and power optimization. And we are going to start it with a bang! Our team has been busy getting ready for the virtual The Things Conference 2021 that will take place between January 25 to 29, 2021.
For this edition, we are thrilled to partner with Qoitech, who design and manufacture power analyzers and tools to help you measure and optimize the consumption of your IoT device. We will be doing a joint workshop to offer you the most comprehensive insights and best practices to optimize your device’s lifetime including ‘how to estimate its power consumption” or ‘how to pick the right battery for your LoRaWan use cases’.
Being socially distanced doesn’t mean we have to skip interactions! That’s why we invite you to submit any technical questions you may have either via email or via Linkedin/Twitter (DM or comments) prior to the conference. We’ll respond to them during the workshop. We will also organize an online quiz after the workshop to enable you to win a personalized consultancy with one of our application engineers… Make sure you register for the workshop and follow us on Linkedin and Twitter so you don’t miss anything important.
And that’s not it! We will also be doing a Keynote speech around the importance of choosing the right battery for your connected device. If you can’t wait until then, you can always read our articles and more importantly, our Smart battery selector tool is here to help you.
If you haven’t got your ticket for the conference yet, head over to The Things Conference – The world’s largest LoRaWAN Conference and benefit from a 20% discount using the code TTC2021-FRIEND-OF-SAFT at checkout. Once you’ve purchased your ticket you’ll be able to sign-up for workshops.
And to give you a little teaser of the workshop, check out Qoitech’s article on how to improve the accuracy of your battery life estimations:
A quick guide to accurate battery lifetime estimation of LoRaWAN devices
Merry Christmas and happy New Year from all of us at Saft!
See you at The Things Conference!
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