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LORIOT progresses to full member of the mioty alliance and announces stronger commitment with mioty.

Already an Associate Member since April 2020, LORIOT has decided to become a Full Member and strongly commit to this promising technology to expand its offering. The company is already working on its mioty solution that will be integrated into its existing LoRaWAN solution.

Zurich, Switzerland, 19.05.2022. - LORIOT, the IoT company enabling long-range IoT networks worldwide, announces its strategic commitment to mioty, the innovative long-range protocol designed and optimized for massive IoT deployments. The purpose is to provide additional connectivity alternatives, LoRaWAN® and mioty®, and greater flexibility to clients based on their specific needs and use case requirements.

As a full member of the mioty alliance, the company will benefit from all the prerogatives reserved for this level of membership including participation and voting in committees, initiating task forces, and participating in lead generation programs. LORIOT will be able to contribute more to the evolution and adoption of the protocol in the LPWAN industry.

The mioty alliance's Board of Directors approved the application, and LORIOT will participate in the technical committee's work today, May 19.

"Since its inception, our company has focused its efforts on the LoRaWAN technology with the aim of delivering the best possible solution to our customers, large and small companies operating in indifferent industries. Today, we play a leading role in the market and enjoy the trust of our customers who increasingly express their need for greater flexibility to manage high-density networks, particularly in the industrial and metering sectors. We can clearly see how the mioty technology has the potential to address the requirements of large-scale massive IoT projects. By increasing our commitment in the mioty alliance, we will be able to collaborate with other members and partners in order to expand our offering with a mioty Service Center and bring value to the ecosystem." said Julian Studer, CEO & founder of LORIOT.

The new mioty solution, currently in its prototyping stage, will work alongside with the existing LoRaWAN network server solution, which will remain central to the company's offer and strategy.


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LoRaWAN® is a mark used under license from the LoRa Alliance®.


LORIOT is a global IoT company providing long-range infrastructure for the Internet of Things.

The core product is a software for scalable, distributed, resilient and secure operation of long-range networks and end-to-end applications that dramatically reduces costs and time to market for the end users.
LORIOT offers the network infrastructure to set up, operate and maintain a radio network, integrate sensors and communicate with them over a secure and reliable connection.

Already operating in over 150 countries worldwide, LORIOT is one of the leading LPWAN network solution providers.

About the mioty alliance

The mioty alliance is a community of people, businesses, and institutes that are behind mioty and share the mission to enable the most accessible, robust and efficient Massive IoT connectivity solution on the market.

The mioty alliance offers an ideal platform for developers, hardware manufacturers, system integrators, service companies and end customers by providing an open, standardized and interoperable ecosystem across the entire IoT value chain.

About the mioty technology

mioty is a software based low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) protocol developed by FRAUNHOFER IIS and the mioty alliance to overcome today’s and future wireless connectivity limitations. With its best-in-class reliability and scalability, mioty is designed for massive industrial and commercial IoT deployments.

The core invention behind the mioty technology is the Telegram Splitting Multiple Access (TSMA) method. As defined by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI TS 103 357), Telegram Splitting splits the data packets to be transported in the data stream into small sub-packets at the sensor level.

These sub-packets are then transmitted over different frequencies and time. An algorithm in the base station permanently scans the spectrum for mioty sub-packets and reassembles them into a complete message. Due to sophisticated Forward Error Correction (FEC), the receiver only needs 50% of the radio bursts in order to completely reconstruct the information. This reduces the impact of corrupted or lost bursts due to collisions and increases the resistance to interference.