Introducing the New Arduino Nano

Senic: Natural Control For IoT Devices

Simplify Cellular IoT Prototyping With Nordic Thingy:91

The Connected Technologies Saving Physical Retail

Quuppa’s Direction Finding Experience Comes to Bluetooth

5G: A Gamechanger for Gaming

Distributed Intelligence with Wirepas Mesh

Apple Goes All-In On HomeKit Privacy

NB-IoT Field Trials in Germany a Success

Cortex-M: Machine Learning at the Edge

nRF9160 Enters Mass Production

The Difference Between Classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy

Introducing Zigbee All Hubs

Top Accessories for the Micro:Bit

The Difference Between SIM, eSIM & iSIM

Adafruit’s Feather nRF52840 Express Board and Developing with CircuitPython

AT&T Launches NB-IoT Network In USA

Keeping Cryptocurrency Transactions Secure

Nordic Thread Solution and IoT Core Demonstrated at Google I/O

Bluetooth Beacons in the Rijksmuseum

Bluetooth 5 for Remote Controlled Toys

Connectivity For Massive IoT Device Deployments

Arm Platform Security Architecture: Can It Secure The IoT?

Tapping the Potential of Bug Reports from IoT Devices

Introducing the Zerynth Platform

How IoT-Based Predictive Maintenance Can Reduce Costs

The Importance of Product Certification

Privacy and Bluetooth Mesh

Inspiring 100,000 More Kids Into Technology

Feeding the World with Connected Crops

Nordic Goes Cellular: Introducing the nRF91 Series

The Worldwide Rollout of Cellular IoT

Bluetooth 5.1 Puts Bluetooth In Its Place

Smarter Farming with Connected Cattle

Why TrustZone Matters for IoT

IoT Innovations at CES 2019

People-First Design for Smart Cities

Wireless Network Topologies

2019: The Year of Cellular IoT

IoT Wireless Architecture

Mesh + Cellular: Ideal Partners for Industrial IoT

Key-based security for home automation

Memory in Bluetooth Development

How to Childproof the IoT

Low Power Design for Industrial IoT

Are There Enough IoT Engineers?

Multi-Factor Authentication for IoT

Smart Airport Takes Off in Germany

How SMEs Can Get Started With Industrial IoT

Partnerships & Ecosystems for Industrial IoT

IoT Design by Playing Cards

Improved NFC Support in New iPhones

Operational Factors Impacting Industrial IoT Connectivity

End-User Factors Impacting Industrial IoT Connectivity

Inside the Cloud with Nordic's IoT Lab

The Internet of Beer: IoT for Breweries

Authentication 101: A Question of Trust

Are We Ready to Trust Healthcare AI?

Nordic Comics: The office move

Are There Too Many Wireless Standards?

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

IoT Product Range Planning

Creating Coders of the Future

Vodafone Betting Big on NB-IoT

The evolution of Bluetooth audio

Bluetooth 5 in Smartphones

Tested by Nordic: Bluetooth Long Range

An Introduction to Thread

How to hack a casino

Smart Home Connectivity Options

The next big thing in IoT

Nordic Comics: What makes you happy as an engineer

IoT Product Strategy Planning

IoT Security: It’s time to talk

What is Cellular IoT?

The Spy Inside the Smart Home

How IoT is changing car insurance

Particle Mesh to accelerate the Physical Internet

Smart Batteries: A market beyond the gadgets

Inside the Nordic Thingy

Blockchain for IoT Security

Smart clothes: The connected jacket

Say goodbye to shaky home videos

Things You Should Know About Bluetooth Range

Open-source progress in China

Bluetooth Mesh for Industrial IoT

Edge & Fog Computing Explained

Rapid prototyping: Develop the next great IoT app

The first digital pill is approved

Cellular IoT to power smart meters

How to design connected drug delivery devices

Bluetooth 5 Advertising Extensions

Smarter homes with Samsung and Bluetooth

BlueBorne: Lessons learned

Real-time translation a step closer

Nordic Comics: Trade show virgin

EU GDPR: Privacy for connected medical devices

Android to fully support Bluetooth 5

Nordic Comics: The Thread Expert

How to optimize energy efficiency in smart devices

Power consumption explained

How to secure mobile payments

Mesh networks explained

Nordic Comics: Have you ever seen a choir with a semiconductor?

Mobile payments technology explained

Open cellular standards to drive IoT adoption

Wired or wireless technologies: The trade-off

Usability of mobile payments

Wireless charging: Inside the technology

Bluetooth mesh in lighting: What comes next?

Mesh networks in the smart home

Wireless charging: The race to market

Nordic Comics: One module to rule them all

Beacons go live at London's Gatwick Airport

Make music with interactive Bluetooth touchpads

Security for smart homes

Security of connected medical devices

The Bluetooth 5 trade-off

An introduction to wireless charging

Nordic Comics: The IT-Department

Building a mesh network

The human factors of implementing IoT projects

Nordic Comics: Open Source Cake

Get started with the Nordic Thingy

Develop IoT products with ease

Voice control in the smart home

Nordic Comics: Stand up

Smarter medical monitoring

Bluetooth 5 in Samsung Smartphone

Wireless charging coming to Shenzhen

Nordic Comics: Bluetooth 5 Hotdog

Connected lights for the smart home

Pre-launch products with a hackathon

70% of retailers to invest in beacons

Guess who's going to save this guy's day?

Bluetooth 5: What to expect

Have wearables had their day?

Bluetooth bus ticketing trial in Britain

Nordic Comics: Bluetooth 5 long range testing

Crowd tracking: Finding a needle in a haystack

Transforming retail with Bluetooth beacons

Nordic Comics: A Simple Explanation

First laptop with AirFuel wireless charging

Going digital: DAB radio in Norway

Nordic Comics: Micro Encabulator

Secure IoT commissioning: How hard can it be?

Firmware updates for smart technologies

Snapchat Spectacles: Success through scarcity marketing

IoT predictions for 2017

The fun side of wireless technologies

The connected Christmas tree

Emergency personnel tracking

What's next for wearables?

Hearables: The connected hearing aid

Connect your wearable to enhance customer experience

Improve battery life in Ultra Low Power wireless applications

Free IoT devices from your phone using IPv6

New home automation solutions: Exploring the smart aware home

Hearables: More than just headphones

Navigate inside tunnels with Bluetooth Beacons

Ultra Low Power: Separating hype from reality

The next consumer IoT giant may surprise you

Why run IPV6 over Bluetooth low energy?

Are you ready for the new industrial revolution?

Equipment tracking through integrated, open services

Is electronic skin the future of wearables?

Wearables could help manage children with autism

IoT jobs: The end of employment or new opportunities?

Introducing nearables: Personal portable beacons

Health record implants: Will we ever get there?

Is the Internet ready for IoT?

Could Governments spy on the Internet of Things?

Cool stuff: Bluetooth smart locks

Beware of botnets in the connected world

Which wearables are suited for batteryless operation?

Smart clothes and wearable technology: Just for professional athletes?

Spot on: What's next for personal location based services

How to locate emergency callers with Bluetooth Beacons

What is HomeKit?

Cool stuff: New IoT products in June 2016

Internet of Things: Non-connected products are an endangered species

Wearable Product Security: What you need to know

Infographic: What is PAN, BAN, WAN and LPWAN?

What? Your coffee machine doesn't have an app?

6 wireless technologies for wearables

How can I pay my car tolls with my smartphone?

Flash memory and over-the-air firmware updates

Cool stuff: New IoT products in May 2016

Home Automation Security: Why secure solutions are essential for IoT

Which technology should I choose to connect my wearable device to a phone

Why doesn't my Smartphone Prompt me to Buy a Ticket at the Station?

The Importance of Average Power Consumption to Battery Life

Internet of Things: Beyond the Hype

Welcome to the Get Connected Blog from Nordic Semiconductor

Get Connected Blog

This blog is for you who are new to the connected world of the Internet of Things (IoT) - whether you are a senior executive, in product development, or simply a curious soul.

Our goal is to inform you, keep you updated and help you understand the opportunities and challenges of IoT for your industry.

If you are a developer, you may want to check out our blogs and developer guides in the DevZone


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