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

Certifying a Cellular IoT Device

By Joakim Tønnesen March 25, 2020

With global, regulatory, and carrier certifications, prototyping and designing with nRF9160 SiP shortens time to market as you can reuse the certifications in your final product. If you’re handling certification processes yourself, you may value the guidelines included here.

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Topics: NB-IoT, cellular IoT, thingy:91, certification

Bosch Sensortec BME680: The Nose of Nordic’s Thingy:91

By Petter Myhre November 6, 2019

We take a closer look at the Bosch Sensortec BME680, the environmental multi-sensor in the new Nordic Thingy:91 cellular IoT prototyping platform.

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Topics: thingy:91

Preventing Theft With Cellular IoT & Real-Time Tracking

By Kristian Sæther October 2, 2019

Theft of industrial equipment is a global problem. Existing tracking systems haven’t reduced incidents, so far. The next-generation tracking solutions powered by cellular IoT are set to change that.

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Topics: thingy:91

Simplify Cellular IoT Prototyping With Nordic Thingy:91

By Bjørn Kvaale September 4, 2019

The new Nordic Thingy:91 is a rapid prototyping platform for cellular IoT that works out-of-the-box. The included GPS accurately measures real time position, making it a great PoC for asset tracking applications.

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Topics: cellular, cellular IoT, thingy:91

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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.

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

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