LoRaWAN Academy is a specially developed hands-on curriculum for university students to learn about the LoRaWAN™ open specification. The program includes a robust online course, development kits and network infrastructure. With universities back in session for the new school year, there has been an increase in interest in the program, as well as the number of questions we have received about the program. In this blog, we’ll answer some of the top questions we hear from university professors and department heads who are interested in adding LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) education to their curriculum. This is blog #2 in our FAQ series; to read blog #1, click here!
With professors beginning their plans for Fall curriculum, here are the some of the most common questions being asked. Keep an eye out for more FAQ blogs, and other new articles on the LoRaWAN Academy blog page!
LoRaWAN Academy provides university campuses with a complete set of LoRaWAN tools and an IoT curriculum for cutting-edge LoRaWAN protocol-based programming skills and innovative research
LoRaWAN Academy is a comprehensive, global university program connecting next-generation engineers with LoRa-based LPWAN technology for applied learning and advanced research. Learn more: www.lorawanacademy.com.