Thomas Søderholm

Thomas Søderholm holds a Master of Science in electronics from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway in 1999. He has 17 years of experience from the industry, starting as a digital designer. Since 2017 Thomas has been leading the Nordic Semiconductor business development team across many different verticals in the IoT space. Thomas is a gadget freak with a keen sports interest.

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Saving the forests with wireless tech

By Thomas Søderholm October 21, 2020

Exciting innovations in environmental conservation-related technology comes to rescue for some of the deforesting, equivalent of 27 soccer pitches every minute, going on in the world.

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Topics: wireless technologies, cellular IoT, thingy:91

Wireless wellness

By Thomas Søderholm October 7, 2020

According to the Global Wellness Institute, the spend on "proactive healthy choices"—in other words, wellness—will continue to comprise a more significant percentage of massive multi-trillion industries into the future, of which the wireless tech sector is one.

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Topics: wearables, wellness

Technology takes the fight to coronavirus

By Thomas Søderholm April 15, 2020

Medical professionals, scientists, and engineers alike are pooling their skills and using AI and the IoT to fight this global threat in a way that’s never been done before. And in a way that will leave us much better equipped to fight future pandemics.

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Topics: medical

How to design connected drug delivery devices

By Thomas Søderholm December 20, 2017

Connected drug delivery systems can improve quality of life for patients, reduce work for professionals, and save money for healthcare providers, but designing them can be difficult.

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Topics: medical

EU GDPR: Privacy for connected medical devices

By Thomas Søderholm November 15, 2017

The impact of upcoming EU regulations on anyone who processes health data is huge. Here’s what medical IoT device manufacturers need to know about GDPR.

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Topics: medical

Smarter medical monitoring

By Thomas Søderholm May 24, 2017

Connected smart devices are already helping millions of people live healthier lives. We’re only just scratching the surface of what can be done and the potential is there to transform medical care to bring ever greater benefits.

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Topics: medical

Smart clothes and wearable technology: Just for professional athletes?

By Thomas Søderholm June 28, 2016

Advances in technology mean that smart clothes are moving away from the preserve of fitness fanatics and heading squarely into the mainstream. But what if our clothes could tell us not only how we’re doing but how they’re doing as well?

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Topics: wearables

6 wireless technologies for wearables

By Thomas Søderholm May 24, 2016

Are you creating a wearable product, but not sure of what wireless technology to choose? The way modern APIs work, developers don’t necessarily need to know the technical details. But having a basic understanding of the underlying technology will help you make apps that are more efficient, more responsive and easier to use.

Which solution is best for your wearable product? This depends on your requirements for bandwidth, power considerations and range. Here’s a brief overview of the 6 most common wireless technologies to consider.

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Topics: wearables, wireless technologies

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

By Thomas Søderholm May 5, 2016

Let's imagine you've found a gap in the market for a great wearable device and, although some competitors offer similar products, you know that your idea adds unique, killer features that will mean people choose your product ahead of the others. The path from idea to market will still involve a lot of tricky decisions. One of the most important ones is how to connect your great product to users’ phones. This can have a huge impact on product design and usability so the sooner you start thinking about this the better.

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Topics: wearables, commissioning

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