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eHealth takes off

Quick facts

Global economic impact of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) by 2025

$1.6 tn

Source: McKinsey

Estimated annual savings in the healthcare systems business thanks to AI

$269.4 bn

Source: McKinsey

Share of WHO member states with one or more national mHealth initiatives


Source: WHO

In this tenth edition of “u”, the u-blox technology magazine, we delve into a particularly timely topic: the global healthcare sector and the potential that wireless technologies and the Internet of Things have to give it a facelift that is both vitally important and long overdue.


The eHealth revolution: Vitally important, long overdue

Without extensively digitizing our healthcare systems, meeting growing demand – sustainably - will remain out of reach.


Flattening the curve

How secure and reliable wireless technology can bring relief in this and future pandemics.


When logistics saves lives

In the healthcare and medical sectors, the quality of logistics can spell the difference between life and death.

Listen to William Saltzstein, President and Founder of Code Blue Consulting, and Pelle Svensson, Market Development Manager, Product Center Short Range Radio at u‑blox discuss the past, present and future of eHealth.


ehealth magazine


Despite the vast and varied challenges that the global COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon us, there is ample ground for optimism. Repeatedly, we have seen how in times of crisis innovation and technological adoption go into overdrive. And we are seeing it again, across indus- tries. We are living through a societal, technological, and economic inflection point that is unlikely to be undone, even once the pandemic subsides.

23 November 2020

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IoT security magazine

IoT Security

The latest edition of "u" takes a deep dive into IoT security – what it is, why it matters, and what you can do to protect your – and your customers' – business. Find out how hackers are constantly finding new ways to weaponize the IoT and monetize their activities, and learn what you can do to implement security that meets the IoT’s unique needs.

01 May 2020

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Connected future

When you think about the future, what do you see? Flying cars? Robotic nurses? Green cities that respond to our every need?
While we need imagination to conceive our shared tomorrow, innovation, commercialization, and implementation are, ultimately, what get it built. It’s about hitting the sweet spot between the cutting edge and what actually adds value.

01 November 2019

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Connected buildings

Do you talk to your home? And more importantly, does it listen? Just a decade ago, these questions would have seemed absurd. Today, they reflect reality in millions of households around the world, as the Internet of Things expands into – and enables – a new generation of smart, connected buildings.

01 May 2019

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Roboter placing cherry on a cupcake

Connected food

In this sixth edition of our u-blox magazine, we explore the transformational impact digitalization has already had on the global food industry, as well as its future potential to tackle some of the challenges that lie ahead.

01 November 2018

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Connected people

Where is our brave new connected society headed? This magazine will take you on a tour of the connected society and the many future applications it has the potential to enable.

01 May 2018

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The connected industry

We are in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution, where sensors wirelessly send data over the Internet to machines or people where they are analyzed to automate processes and enable productivity gains and better products. Join us as we dissect the connected industry of the future.

01 November 2017

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Born in 1997

We are delighted to present to you the third edition of the u-blox magazine, celebrating twenty years of technological, geographic, and market expansion. Let us take you on a trip down memory lane and peer into bright future ahead.

01 May 2017

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The connected city

By 2050, more than 60 percent of the world’s population will be living in cities. It seems only inevitable that a city should become smarter to accommodate this growth and meet the needs of its inhabitants. But did you ever wonder what the connected city of the future might look like?

01 November 2016

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The connected vehicle

We are thrilled to present you the first edition of “u” – the u blox technology magazine. In it, we look at how the Internet of Things is revolutionizing the automotive industry - reinventing mobility patterns and expanding the driver's experience in ways never seen before. Buckle up!

01 May 2016

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At u‑blox, we develop the positioning and wireless communication technologies that connect our cars, our industries, and society at large. Follow our blog to see technology and markets from our unique perspective and find out how we empower our customers to shape the connected future. The next big thing is always just around the corner!