Decawave revealed its next generation of ultra-wideband (UWB) semiconductor chips, which will set the standard for the future of mobile security.
World’s first ultra-wideband chipset family based on the new IEEE 802.15.4z standard enables unprecedented mobile transaction security February 6, 2019 – Decawave, the global leader in Ultra-Wideband (UWB) semiconductors, today announced the roadmap for its next generation UWB chipsets aimed at solving the global need for increased mobile transaction security.
Decawave, a provider of ultra-wideband (UWB) semiconductors, has announced its latest UWB chipsets, which were designed to meet the global need for increased mobile transaction security. The new chipsets will support the IEEE 802.15.4z (4z) standard, currently in the final stages of development. The chips utilize a new version of
In order to promote ultra-wideband (UWB) technology development and deployments through greater interoperability and standardization, a group of technology companies and end users publicly launched the UWB Alliance in December 2018. The global, not-for-profit alliance seeks not only to enable end-to-end interoperability and value chain ecosystems around the world, but
Bluetooth waits for profiles, UWB gears up for smartphones An update of the Bluetooth specification released today enables location services accurate to within 10 centimeters thanks to a new direction-finding capability. It arrives as a separate draft standard is nearly ready for an even faster and more accurate capability using
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Utilizing the Decawave DW1000 UWB chip, the location system used in the museum can measure distance so precisely and inexpensively that we believe this technology will be as transformative to indoor navigation as GPS has been for large-scale navigation.
Decawave and Runtime recently announced support for the open source Apache Mynewt Operating System (OS) on Decawave’s DW1000 Ultra-Wideband (UWB) transceiver. While the developers of real-time location (RTLS) applications are excited to benefit from the resultant open and reusable development environment and a framework for device-to-cloud lifecycle management and messaging,