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Industrial

u-blox Sets the Foundation for Connecting Automotive and IoT - News

January 16, 2023

u-blox announced its M2-JODY-W3 Modules built on the NXP Q9098 chip running on Linux or Android OS. The card modules integrate the JODY-W3 Wi-Fi 6 and BLUETOOTH 5.3 connectivity module with the utilization of an M.2 card for authorized JODY-W3 interfaces, including PCIe, SDIO, and high-speed UART.

Automotive

u-blox Announces New Automotive Multi-Band GNSS Module for ADAS Applications - News

November 29, 2022

Thalwil, Switzerland – u-blox announced the u-blox ZED-F9K-01A, a high-precision AEC-Q104 GNSS module integrated with embedded advanced hardware, software, and the most recent IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) for self-contained positioning in predominately ADAS applications.

Automotive

u-blox and GMV Collaborate to Develop End-to-End Safe Positioning Solutions for ADAS - News

November 21, 2022

Thalwil, Switzerland – u-blox and GMV are collaborating on ready-to-use functional safe positioning solution to accompany u-blox’s current GNSS receiver portfolio and advanced GNSS augmentation service PointPerfect.

Industrial

Move-X Releases the Cicerone Board Utilizing u-blox Chip-to-Cloud Positioning Solution - News

October 13, 2022

Thalwil, Switzerland. Move-X released its LoRa connectivity platform, Cicerone board, integrating u-blox positioning technology and u-blox cloud positioning service (CloudLocate). CloudLocate offers power saving ability at the edge when it analyzes and locates position in the cloud, not on the device, saving 10X energy over standalone GNSS.

Networking & 5G

u-blox Firmware Update Adds Centimeter-Level Positioning to RTK GNSS Modules - News

September 13, 2022

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.

IoT

u-blox Releases Platform to Test and Validate IoT Solutions - News

June 02, 2022

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.