Smarter cooking with connected appliances

By Vince Hagen April 13, 2022

The kitchen has long been the heart of the home and the lifeblood of the food and hospitality sector. Now, as wireless technology gives rise to the smart kitchen, amateur and professional chefs are eschewing traditional cooking methods for time-saving and quality-enhancing contemporary operations.

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Topics: smart home, Bluetooth Low Energy, Matter

IoT technology to deliver positive energy impact

By Lorenzo Amicucci April 6, 2022

Although the billions of battery-powered wireless IoT sensors connecting tomorrow's world will undoubtedly have an upstream energy impact, research suggests considerable net savings will be realized in the future.

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Topics: battery, internet of things, cellular, smart city, cellular IoT, Bluetooth Low Energy, Sustainability

Wireless tech offers solution to logistics sector's greatest dilemmas

By Clay Hine March 30, 2022

Carrying more than 90 percent of the world’s goods—cargo worth an estimated $14 trillion each year—shipping containers are as essential to global logistics as ships, trains, and trucks. Keeping track of these ubiquitous steel boxes to ensure they and their contents reach their destination is a significant undertaking, with an estimated 65 million containers in circulation.

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Topics: location, cellular IoT, Bluetooth Low Energy, asset tracking, nRF9160

Remote ID promotes drone flight safety and compliance

By Alf Helge Omre March 23, 2022

Beyond leisure, drones offer enormous potential for developing a wide array of innovative applications that benefit society.

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Topics: Bluetooth 5, cellular IoT, nRF52833, Bluetooth Low Energy, asset tracking, nRF9160

Cellular IoT predictions for 2022

By Kristian Sæther March 16, 2022

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This year, there is an outlook for significant advances in cellular IoT, with a host of new designs coming to market.

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Topics: internet of things, cellular IoT

Can remote patient monitoring improve the quality of healthcare?

By Thomas Søderholm March 9, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for remote patient monitoring. New technologies that emerge from this need can forever improve healthcare and healthcare systems.

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Topics: healthcare, Bluetooth Low Energy

Pandemic wireless technology dividend improves working conditions

By Thomas Søderholm March 2, 2022

Wireless technology commercialized to fight COVID-19 is adapted to improve safety and productivity as employees return to work.

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Topics: Bluetooth, wireless technologies

Consumers and retailers reap rewards of beacon advancements

By Clay Hine February 23, 2022

Beacon technology is rapidly evolving. Today's devices support use cases that extend from proactive retail engagement to indoor asset tracking and navigation in shopping malls, airports, hospitals, and more.

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Topics: beacons, Bluetooth Low Energy

Coders get creative for cellular IoT design contest

By Bjørn Kvaale February 16, 2022

Nordic Semiconductor is looking for standout talents and ideas in a contest to find new solutions for smart homes and cities. A $3,000 prize pool is waiting for the best and the brightest coders in the Make it Smart with Nordic Thingy:91 design contest. Get going, as the deadline for final submissions is April 13, 2022

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Topics: thingy:91

Wireless tech keeps pace with medical science

By Thomas Søderholm February 9, 2022

Wireless technology has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Type 1 diabetics. And the developments keep coming.

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Topics: healthcare, Bluetooth Low Energy

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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.

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