Esten Jacobsen

Esten Jacobsen has an M.Sc. in Electronics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and has been with Nordic Semiconductor for 8 years. After graduating he worked with digital hardware design on the nRF51, nRF52 and nRF91 series before moving to his current position as a Product Marketing Engineer. Feel free to ask Esten a question in the comments below!

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SensiML: Adding Real-Time Intelligence to Sensors

By Esten Jacobsen January 22, 2020

Making sensors more intelligent has required substantial investment in machine learning algorithms. The SensiML platform aims to bring that cost crashing down.

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Topics: cellular IoT, ML

AntTail: Hassle-Free Temperature & Integrity Monitoring for Pharma

By Esten Jacobsen January 15, 2020

Nordic chips are at the heart of a Bluetooth solution for seamless temperature monitoring and anti-counterfeiting solution for the pharma and medical industries.

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Topics: healthcare, Bluetooth Low Energy

Introducing the nRF52833: An Ideal SoC for Industrial IoT

By Esten Jacobsen October 23, 2019


Nordic Semiconductor just released the nRF52833 System-on-Chip as the latest addition to the popular nRF52 Series. The Bluetooth 5.1 SoC has ample available memory and extensive dynamic multiprotocol capabilities, supporting Bluetooth mesh, Thread, Zigbee and other 2.4 GHz wireless protocols.

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Topics: Bluetooth Low Energy

A Path to Industrial IoT Without Coding

By Esten Jacobsen October 9, 2019

The Kosmos IoT system by Temboo together with the Nordic Thingy:52 prototyping platform can help companies seeking to leverage the benefits of Industrial IoT, without the need for experienced coders.

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Topics: cellular IoT

Senic: Natural Control For IoT Devices

By Esten Jacobsen September 11, 2019

In a technological landscape where interconnected things are designed to be controlled with smartphone or tablet apps, Senic have created a natural way to interface with IoT devices in your home.

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Topics: smart home, Bluetooth Low Energy

Distributed Intelligence with Wirepas Mesh

By Esten Jacobsen August 7, 2019

Building a network for an IoT application involves making trade-offs based on key parameters such as power efficiency, latency, wireless range, bandwidth and scalability. But not all applications have the same requirements. For corporations seeking to leverage benefits from industrial IoT, a lot of very different applications will contribute.

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Topics: healthcare, cellular IoT, Bluetooth Low Energy, asset tracking

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