Taoglas, a provider of IoT and M2M antenna products, announced at Mobile World Congress Americas that it is launching a new RF Filter division specifically developed for Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile applications.
Valec is an organisation which builds, maintains and operates Brazilian railways. The public company manages three railways: the North-South Railway, the West-East Integration Railway and the Centre-West Integration Railway. The organisation plays a major role in developing infrastructure across a very large territory in order to support the Brazillian economy.
Antenova is to launch Robusta part no. SR4G031, a new GNSS antenna for metal surfaces – at the GSMA MWC Americas show. The antenna operates in the 1559-1609 MHz bands and is designed for tracking metal objects and smart city applications.
As always, the telecoms industry is looking forward to the next generation of technology. We are already seeing the first-mover companies starting to build IoT solutions for the LTE and NB-IoT networks, says Colin Newman CEO of Antenova Ltd.
SK Telecom has announced that, together with Ericsson and BMW Korea, it has achieved a peak rate of 3.6Gbps for a connected vehicle travelling at a speed of 170 kilometers per hour.
u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, has announced the SAM-M8Q GNSS receiver with integrated antenna.
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced the commercial availability of its BlueMod+S42 Bluetooth 4.2 module, and two variants of the popular SL869 single and multi-standard positioning module family, the SL869-V3 and the SL869-ADR.
Fujitsu Components has released the FWM7BLZ20-series Bluetooth 4.2 low energy module, which it describes as small, high quality, and powerful.
Future Electronics, founded in 1968 by company president Robert Miller and now a distributor and marketer of electronics components, has announced the dates of a series of ‘Secure Wireless Sensor Node’ seminars across Europe in May and June in conjunction with World IoT day.
From fitness trackers and smart keys to chains, watches or wristbands – smart wearables of all kinds are increasingly including mobile payment functionality. Wearable manufacturers are thus challenged to equip even the smallest of devices with security and NFC technologies.