Part 3: IoT & Smart Energy Applications

The Internet of Things (IoT), which promises ubiquitous connectivity of everything everywhere, is expected to grow exponentially over the next few years; It is forecasted that by 2020 over 20 billion devices will be connected to the cloud.

Although things, the Internet, and connectivity are the three core components of IoT, the value of the latter is in closing the gap between the physical and digital world in self-reinforcing and self-improving systems.

The Smart Energy industry (Smart Grid & Smart Meters) is one of the systems that is currently undergoing a significant & confusing development, due largely in part to many different standards & solutions, with each presenting different qualities and issues. At the end of the day, Smart Energy will need to fit into the IoT world, which in of itself, is a conundrum of technologies, alliances, and interests.

In our three part webinar series, we will unravel the IoT novel, analyze Smart Energy Solutions, and position the latter into the different options of the IoT World.

Parts 1 & 2 can be viewed on CelPlan’s YouTube Channel at

Part 3 of the webinar will cover the following topics:

• WiFi (802.11 a,b,g,h,ac)
• WAVE (Wireless Access in Vehicle Environments – IEEE 802.11p)
• WiGig (IEEE 802.11ad)
• WiFi HaLow (IEEE 802.11ah: amendment to IEEE 802.11-2007)
• Wi-SUN (802.15g)

• WiMAx (802.16)
• LTE (3GPP)
• WirelessHART
• FullSpectrum / FullMax
• MimoMAx
• SilverSprings
• LoRa / LoRaWAN
• SigFox UNB
• Ingenu RPMA
• nWave / Weightless
• GE Smart Grid (MDS Series)
• LPWAN tech comparison


Speaker: Leonhard Korowajczuk, CEO/CTO, CelPlan Technologies

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