ULP Wireless Quarter

ULP Wireless Q - Summer 2017

ULP Wireless Q - Summer 2017


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Dear Subscriber,
The latest 24-page digital edition of Nordic Semiconductor's quarterly technology magazine - ULP Wireless Quarter (Q) - is now available. ULP Wireless Q is intended to keep readers up-to-date on what's happening with Bluetooth low energy, ANT+, RF proprietary wireless technology, and Nordic low power cellular IoT.

Table of contents:

  • Opinion – China powers mobile VR development boom, by Ståle “Steel” Ytterdal, Nordic Semiconductor’s Director of Sales & Marketing in Asia
  • News – Nordic Thingy:52 enables rapid IoT prototype development
  • News – Apple HomeKit-compatible sensors keep owners in control
  • News – Wireless motion controller completes ‘immersive’ virtual reality experience
  • News – Bluetooth low energy and LoRaWAN module enables long range IoT
  • ULP Wireless Trends – Biosensor glove can detect deadly nerve agents with touch of finger
  • News Extra – New nRF52 SoC extends Bluetooth 5’s accessibility
  • Business Briefing – China smart city embraces resonant wireless charging
  • Comment – App developers provided easy IoT access with Nordic prototyping tool, by Pär Håkansson
  • Business Briefing – Non-invasive monitoring next step for diabetes sufferers
  • ULP Product Selection Guide – Latest 'at-a-glance' summary of Nordic's entire Bluetooth low energy, ANT+, IEEE 802.15.4, and RF proprietary wireless technology
  • Business Perspective – China delivers mobile virtual reality from dream to consumer
  • Technical Briefing – Thread protocol extends smart home influence, by Sally Ward-Foxton
  • Case Study – IoT Test Center gives bright future to smart lighting
  • Technical Briefing – IoT extends its reach into the industrial landscape
  • Technical Briefing – Anatomy of a SoftDevice
  • Nordic Inside – Zepp Play Soccer Sensor
  • People & Places – Peder Rand : Nordic’s first Product Manager for cellular IoT enjoys both work and play