ULP Wireless Update - Comment, Analysis and Features
This page lists the Comment, Analysis and Feature items from Nordic Semiconductor's regular newsletter ULP Wireless Update. If you would like to receive the newsletter - which also includes new product information and application stories from Nordic Semiconductor plus news items from across the web - (via email in html format) please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 - ISSUE #2
COMMENT - The promise of low power cellular IoT
The latest LTE standard includes a specification for low power cellular technology which will accelerate development of the IoT. Thomas Embla Bonnerud
COMMENT - Speak up for remote control
Voice assistants are established in smartphones and speech-activated smart speakers are flooding the market, now the humble remote control is catching up.
FEATURE - Toys 2.0: Connectivity comes to the rescue
Technology, widely predicted to spell the end of traditional toys, is actually leading to their resurgence.
FEATURE - Runners adopt power monitoring
Advanced sensors are improving runners’ workouts. By Kat Kent
ANALYSIS - Wireless future builds on complementary technologies
Rapid growth for Bluetooth low energy is forecast, but it will share the limelight as application demands are increasingly met by interdependent RF technologies.
ANALYSIS - Tomorrow’s wearables merge wellness and lifestyle
Consumers are increasingly seeking advanced wearables capable of sophisticated wellness monitoring.
2017 - ISSUE #1
BLOG - What’s next for wireless asset tracking
Today, asset tracking is a dynamic market with a very wide variety of use cases, taking advantage of almost all available wireless technologies. By John Leonard
COMMENT - New Eddystone beacon format addresses security concerns
The Ephemeral Identities addition to Google’s more secure Eddystone beacon format promises to accelerate adoption.
FEATURE - Building the BBC micro:bit
The man behind the BBC’s ambitious educational project explains how fears of a coding skills shortage prompted the organisation to leap into action. By Sally Ward-Foxton
FEATURE - ULP wireless pioneer’s past builds toward an IoT future
Senior Nordic executives tell how the company is using its Bluetooth low energy experience to build its next platform, ultra low power wireless connectivity for the IoT.
BRIEFING - Over the horizon: what next for the semiconductor industry?
The Internet of Things and open source hardware are the great hopes for a revitalized semiconductor industry.
BRIEFING - Arduino readies for the IoT
The world’s most successful open-source ecosystem has embraced native wireless connectivity.
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