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The cellular IoT gateway market reached US$ 1.15 billion in 2021

Market is driven by the growing need to connect assets and work forces in remote and temporary locations Berg Insight, an IoT market research provider, has released new findings about the market for cellular IoT gateways and routers. More than 4.5 million cellular IoT...

DECT Security Step B&C Certification Available

The DECT Forum has announced the launch of the Certification Program for DECT Security Steps B&C. Security is an increasingly important topic in all IT and Telecom solutions, whether they are fixed or wireless. The DECT standard has evolved over time to stay ahead...

Nordic’s nRF Connect SDK shortlisted for Elektra Awards

The software development kit for building cellular IoT, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE, Matter, Thread and Zigbee products nominated in Design Tool and Development Software Product category Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF Connect SDK—a scalable and unified Software Development Kit...

Bike computer provides smartphone-free navigation functionality

The Nordic nRF52840 SoC provides multiprotocol Bluetooth LE and ANT+ connectivity to the C406 Pro to obtain and send riding data from peripheral devices  Intelligent technology company, Magene, has launched a multifunctional GPS bike computer that can record over 100...

Smart spaces for less energy consumption, cost savings, and healthcare

By Armin Anders, Vice President Business Development, EnOcean First COVID-19, then the energy crisis caused by the war in Ukraine – in both cases, buildings play a central role and pose unexpected challenges to facility managers, HR managers, and even private property...

DECT NR+ – the new, non-cellular 5G standard that is opening the door to new IoT markets

“With DECT-2020/NR+, it will be possible for anyone to deploy and connect devices in license-exempt, private 5G networks for the first time. This represents a massive opportunity for connecting billions of devices easily and reliably." According to the DECT Forum, the...

Onboarding IoT devices on secure IT networks

By Michael R. Tennefoss, Vice President of IoT and Strategic Partnerships, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company Building owners and tenants are rapidly transforming workplaces into energy-efficient smart spaces. This has amplified a problem that has long faced...

IoT security fears fall by over 30% in the last five years as data privacy concerns grow for companies deploying solutions

Data privacy regulation a top three challenge for IoT adopters Fears over security have become less of a concern for organisations adopting IoT solutions than it was five years ago, according to a recent study by Wi-SUN Alliance, a global member-based association of...

Murata collaborates with NXP Semiconductors to develop Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3 module

Low power, small form factor Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3 combo module improves communication speed and quality Murata has announced its collaboration with NXP Semiconductors to develop the Type 1XL very high-performance Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3 module. Using...

Thingy:91 winners promote sustainability in cellular IoT innovation

Electromaker contest winners demonstrated ideas for smart homes and cities using Nordic Thingy:91 prototyping platform An NB-IoT based environmental monitoring device for smart city applications, an LTE-M thermal sensor detecting kitchen activity, and an LTE-M ride...

Semtech Launches LoRa Cloud Locator Cloud Service

The new service enables customers to evaluate LoRa Edge, a chip-to-Cloud, ultra low-power geolocation platform Semtech Corporation, a supplier of high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, has announced its SaaS chip-to-Cloud...

Winners of Smart Product Challenge for IoT Solutions showcase cellular IoT innovation

Competition winners demonstrated ingenious ideas using the nRF9160 SiP-powered Tributech OEM moduleA smart insole for diabetics, a sustainable commute solution offering incentives to commuters, and a secure box for storing bicycles have been named as the winners of...

Bluetooth SIG announces Auracast broadcast audio

New Bluetooth capability to deliver innovative audio experiences The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced a new consumer brand for an upcoming audio broadcasting capability based on Bluetooth technology. This new capability, previously known as Audio...

Thingy:91 winners promote sustainability in cellular IoT innovation

Electromaker contest winners demonstrated ideas for smart homes and cities using Nordic Thingy:91 prototyping platform An NB-IoT based environmental monitoring device for smart city applications, an LTE-M thermal sensor detecting kitchen activity, and an LTE-M ride...

Semtech Launches LoRa Cloud Locator Cloud Service

The new service enables customers to evaluate LoRa Edge, a chip-to-Cloud, ultra low-power geolocation platform Semtech Corporation, a supplier of high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, has announced its SaaS chip-to-Cloud...

Creating and shaping the industry...

“Incisor and Vince Holton were important for the short-range wireless industry from the onset. While others clearly did, twenty years ago when I first got involved in the short-range wireless industry I didn’t realize the importance of a publication such as Incisor. However, over time I was able to see the influence Incisor had in the industry. It was read by such a wide variety of people shaping the industry that it was an important tool to reach those folks.

 

Incisor was early to publish facts supporting the fact that one technology can’t provide the optimal solution for all scenarios. Providing information on many technologies, Incisor became an important publication in the short-range wireless industry and not just the Bluetooth portion of that industry. This shift reflected the industry itself. Clearly created by Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, there is more to the short-range wireless industry than those two leaders, and this has been reflected in the pages of Incisor.

 

During the most important single event for Bluetooth technology, Vince and Incisor were there. When the agreement was signed bringing what became Bluetooth Low Energy into the SIG, Incisor covered the event, making a video and publishing articles about this momentous event which shaped the future of Bluetooth wireless technology.

 

I’d like to extend a personal “thank you” to Vince for the time and energy he put into creating and shaping the short-range wireless industry.”

 

Dr. Michael W. Foley, Wireless and IoT Consultant / Executive Director, Bluetooth Special interest Group, 2004-2012 / Wireless Architect, Microsoft, 1999-2004

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