Sensor City has partnered with the international software company, Altium, to give SMEs access to specialist design software that will rapidly prototype their innovations and reduce time to market.
Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, announced its latest industrial Ethernet module solution, the I-RJ45, which incorporates a single- or dual-port RJ45 connector and simplifies integration for industrial Ethernet by supporting various industrial network slave applications including sensors and transmitters, gateways, operator [...]
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.
Altair Semiconductor, a provider of LTE chipsets, has introduced the ALT1250, a narrowband CAT-M1 and NB1 (NB-IoT) chipset that aims to redefine the cellular IoT connectivity space, featuring global band support, advanced security and location capabilities far surpassing the functionality of existing chipsets.
u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, has launched the ZOE-M8G, an ultra-compact GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receiver module, especially designed for markets where small size, minimal weight and high location precision are essential.
u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, plans to launch modules supporting Category M1 (Cat M1) LTE networks, which will allow a larger number of devices to connect to the Internet of Things (IoT).
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.
A spread-spectrum, bi-directional technology that transmits sensor data over several miles and through buildings has to be a winner. Bob Emmerson went to a recent LoRa® Alliance event in Rotterdam to assess the current state-of-play.
Typically, it needs two sensor chips today for reliable and precise sensing of the steering torque in an electric power steering system. Thanks to a dual-sensor package innovation of Infineon Technologies AG , it will be only one sensor chip in future. Infineon has introduced two device families of linear Hall sensors and angle sensors that already use the new dual-sensor package.
Stadium Group has acquired a device manufacturer which specialises in M2M wireless devices for use over cellular networks. UK-based company, United Wireless operates in the automotive and telematics sectors employing 40 people.
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