Mobile Experts released the most comprehensive analysis ever published on the Internet of Things market space. The new report, titled IoT: The Big Picture 2016 takes a very broad look at 36 different technologies and mapping 26 applications of the Internet of Things.
GPS personal tracking device shipments will more than double by 2021 with a 21 percent CAGR as the industry shifts away from traditional markets, such as family and pet locator devices. ABI Research predicts that non-traditional markets including elderly/health, corporate, and personal asset tracking will embrace ubiquitous indoor and outdoor location technology.
Keysight's CXA-m signal analyzer, with a built-in tracking generator, now has 3, 7.5, 13.6 and 26.5 GHz options, making it the industry’s first modular stimulus response measurement solution and providing the industry’s highest tracking generator frequency coverage.
Tracking rail carts with GPS and cellular could bring value to the rail sector; however, penetration rates on rail carts are currently very low (globally less than 50,000 in 2014), and growth is not forecasted to be very strong over the next 5 years, or even the next 10, according to ABI Research. Therefore, for the time being at least, it looks like RFID will dominate this sector.
Nujira Ltd., the global Envelope Tracking (ET) chip company, has announced the appointment of Hugh Baker-Smith as vice president of sales, with a focus on driving sales of Nujira’s Coolteq.L ET IC to leading smartphone vendors
KCB Signal Solutions announces a new, unique envelope tracking product line aimed at the emerging medium power RF transmitter market. The product line will be aimed at RF transmitters that must deal with complex waveforms, such as LTE, while transmitting between two to eight watts of average RF power.