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Quick facts

Innovation in sensor technology, connectivity, and positioning has paved the way for truly intelligent vehicles to become a reality.

The connected vehicle brings many advantages, not only to drivers and passengers but also beyond that with enhancements in safety, efficiency, sustainability, and more.

By 2025 it is estimated that there will be 200 million connected vehicles on the road, almost double the figure five years previous. Enabled by innovation and cost reductions in sensors, connectivity, and positioning technology, the trend is likely to continue as the technology continues to evolve.

Market drivers

Tomorrow's connected vehicles will transform your commute, enhance your on-board experience, and generate new  business models.

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Applications

Expect more of your car: from smart infotainment systems, advanced driver assistance, and automatic emergency call services to tracking, preventative maintenance, and V2X.

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Why choose u-blox?

Our future-proof wireless solutions reliably relay your geotagged data. Smoothly, stably, and safely --   24/7.

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Cellular modules

We offer high quality, scalable cellular modules for the automotive, industrial, and consumer markets with demanding size, cost, and quality requirements. Supported cellular technologies provide global geographic coverage and include 2G, 3G, NB-IoT (LTE Cat NB1), LTE Cat M1, LTE Cat 1, 4G LTE, and RPMA modules.
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Positioning modules

Our positioning modules, SiPs, chips, and antennas set the benchmark in performance, with quick delivery of accurate position data. Our wide portfolio includes standard precision, high precision, precise timing, and dead reckoning solutions.
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Short range modules

Our short range module products help you achieve a short time-to-revenue with efficient use of your own engineering team. Robustness, security, and flexibility are key, with powerful development tools and a global ecosystem of certification and technical support.
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LTE-M

LTE-M is a cellular technology specifically designed for the needs of applications targeting the Internet of Things (IoT) or machine-to-machine (M2M) communications.

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LTE Cat 1

LTE Cat 1 is a medium speed LTE standard designed for more feature-rich IoT applications that require higher data speeds.

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UDR - Untethered Dead Reckoning

UDR (Untethered Dead Reckoning) refers to GNSS data fused with inertial sensor data. It is an easy-to-use and competitive solution that enables high positioning performance in places where GNSS signals are poor or not available.

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Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a short range wireless technology that operates in the unlicensed Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) 2.4 GHz radio frequency band.

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Wi-Fi

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Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11) is a short range wireless technology that enables data exchange or internet connectivity over the unlicensed 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.

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V2X

Autonomous driving, active traffic safety, advanced warning systems, collective perception, and advanced driving coordination – these are buzzwords that come from today's carmakers. But what will actually make this all happen? And how reliable is the technology?
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High precision positioning

Achieving cm-level accuracy by combining RTK technology and deep expertise in GNSS.

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