THALWIL, SWITZERLAND. A new firmware update added support for SPARTN 2.0 and QZSS CLAS positioning augmentation on u-blox ZED-F9R-03B GNSS dead reckoning modules that now provide 3-6 cm-level accuracy within seconds.
The increasing complexity of IoT devices, which often require satellite-based positioning, Bluetooth low energy, Wi-Fi, and cellular connectivity via, for example, LTE-M is raising the importance of prototyping and validating ideas before bringing them to production. This trend is driving demand for multifunctional application boards over evaluation kits (EVKs), intended to comprehensively test a product’s entire feature set.
u-blox announced the u-blox NORA-W10 Wi-Fi 4 and Bluetooth low energy 5.0 module. The module targets applications in harsh industrial environments, where reliable RF performance and small size are critical, as well as medical equipment, smart city solutions, and warehouse and retail applications.
Getting to the Point: Achieving Sub-10cm Location Data to Unlock Next-Gen Autonomous Equipment - BlogApril 14, 2022
You’ll no doubt have read about the increasingly autonomous vehicles appearing on our streets. You may have seen adverts for robotic lawnmowers. And you’ve probably heard how autonomous equipment is transforming virtually every industry. There’s huge excitement around the opportunities this type of self-guiding technology promises – not least its ability to liberate humans to spend more time on high-value tasks where machines can’t (yet) compete.
u-blox Extends “Bring Your Own SIM” Approach to Providing MQTT Communication for Low-Power IoT Sensor Networks - NewsNovember 11, 2021
u-blox introduced a service that allows Internet of Things (IoT) sensor network developers to combine any cellular connectivity with all the benefits of MQTT communication. The u-blox MQTT Flex service lets any SIM-based connectivity leverage MQTT-SN communication at predictable cost with on-demand scalability.
Thalwil, Switzerland – November 9, 2021 – u-blox AG (SIX:UBXN), a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies and services, today announced that it has entered into a worldwide, non-exclusive, patent license agreement with Koninklijke KPN N.V. (KPN), a Dutch telecommunications operator, for a defined term.