LoRa supports various PHY layer parameter settings which impact reliability, coverage, scalability, energy consumption, data rate etc. On the one hand, network operators have control on the radio parameters used by the sensors associated with them and are concerned with network planning and capacity. On the other hand, application designers and end users need to know how to get their needed level of reliability and they have to take into account the specifics of the technology.

The aim of this workshop is to shed the light on the main challenges and solutions for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) based on LoRa or similar technology. We solicit contributions in this area from researchers and practitioners in both the academia and industry.

MaDeLoRa aims at bringing together various researchers and research groups working with problems related to multi-rate LPWAN technologies both from the applied and the theoretical point of view.

Topic of Interests

The workshop welcomes submissions describing unpublished research, position papers as well as deployment experiences on various topics related to LoRa and deployment of LoRaWAN.

Topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to:

Workshop Co-Chairs