TUV Rheinland Authorized as Test Lab for Low-Power Wide Area Network LoRa Certification Program

LoRaTUV Rheinland has been named global independent third party authorized test laboratory for testing and certifying according to the LoRa certification program in Europe. TUV Rheinland plans to extend its support in the US and Asia shortly inline and on target with its 2020 Global Wireless / IoT Strategy.

Working and living smarter for a better future in the Internet of Things (IoT) world is the common goal as part of global Digitalization. TUV Rheinland has embraced these revolutionary changes in the market with significant investment on a global scale to ensure its international customers are well supported in all verticals when it comes to the additional requirements of IoT.

Wireless technology is nothing new, but how it is used is rapidly evolving. The multiple uses of wireless technology has become central to our everyday life, over and beyond what we know as traditional modes. For example, voice activation or input. As the demand of more for less grows (more data for less cost, less power consumption, smaller size etc.) innovation is being driven hard and fast to accommodate in every sector of industry.

Its clear Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWA) technologies such as LoRa is fast becoming adopted as one of the accepted means of IoT connectivity. Its also clear the numbers of predicted connections are vast within this domain. TV Rheinland has had IoT on its radar for some time, hence the reason to immerse itself with the LoRa Alliance as independent global laboratory supporting as a contributing member.

The commitment of TUV Rheinland in this space is unconditional; our team of experts, established from within the industry, are driving the requirements in support of customer needs. Moreover, TUV Rheinland is prepared to support the extended LoRa functional testing requirements with respect to international regulatory testing and certification. TV Rheinland is excited to take these steps with the LoRa Alliance and looks forward to providing support to the wider community with all wireless technologies in the very near future.

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