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u-blox in the news

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u-blox_Thomas Seiler
Switzerland Global Enterprise
Japan has become an important market for u-blox, says Thomas Seiler, CEO of the ICT company headquartered in Thalwil, in the canton of Zurich. He comments on the hurdles to be overcome in the Japanese market and gives three tips to Swiss SMEs wishing to gain a foothold in the Japanese market.
09 February 2018
home security_cellular
Home security is a burgeoning marketplace – particularly in terms of smart systems. But just what is it that differentiates a smart system from the traditional burglar alarm, and why are users adopting and installing these types of system?
24 January 2018
GNSS technology
Interview with u-blox Autonomous driving isn't possible without GNSS technology.
12 January 2018
Bluetooth 5 and utilities
Longer range, faster speeds, and low energy consumption - Engerati asks module and chip expert u-blox about the promise of the new wireless technology standard.
21 November 2017
Electronic Specifier
Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers are used in many applications and were first developed in the 20th century, mainly to help military personnel. Location awareness soon meant that many civilian applications started to use GNSS - from automobiles and heavy equipment, to cyclists and hikers. As Thomas Nigg, Head of Product Strategy Position, u-blox explains, we are on the brink of a new era of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS).
06 November 2017
Driverless car
Inside Unmanned Systems
Unmanned systems innovators are working at break-neck speed to identify and assemble the world’s best sensor and technology systems that will pave the way for driverless cars. Swiss company u-blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning chips, is helping guide the way to the driverless road ahead.
22 September 2017
IoT Now, pages 56-59
Security in IoT is a process that relies on continuous security across five key dimensions of an IoT service.
31 July 2017
Inside GNSS, pages 28-29
Swiss company u-blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning chips, has developed a new super-efficient 'Super-E' mode for its GNSS receivers that promises a revolution in the wearable GNSS applications market.
13 July 2017
u-blox_Mats Andersson
Embedded Computing Design
Turning the Industrial IoT toolbox Blue(tooth) ANDERSSON: Bluetooth 5 introduces several enhancements on top of those enabled by Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology that further allow Bluetooth to move from a cable replacement technology to a network-oriented technology, and thus better able to support IoT applications in all vertical segments.
21 April 2017