See what others are saying about the FiRa Consortium and UWB technology!
NFC World - August 17, 2020
Samsung has launched the first Android device to include an ultra wideband (UWB) chip.
Engadget - August 5, 2020
In the near term, it'll power Google's new Airdrop-like "Nearby Share" service.
Enterprise IoT Insights - July 8, 2020
The FiRa Consortium says UWB outperforms other short-range technologies in terms of accuracy, reliability, and power consumption – “by a wide margin”.
COMPUTERWORLD - December 31, 2019
Ultra Wideband and IoT devices hold the promise of more precise location services as well as secure access to a myriad of systems.
Security Industry Group - September 18, 2019
The demonstration of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) at their booth, in collaboration with fellow FiRa members Samsung and NXP, was quite impressive and illustrative of the potential of this technology.
EE|Times - August 1, 2019
A new consortium has launched to drive ultra-wideband (UWB) technology for accurate fine ranging applications, and to ensure interoperability across the ecosystem of chipset, device and service infrastructure through standards and certifications.
Forbes - August 1, 2019
Ultra-Wideband or UWB was originally specified as a technology for high data rate communication but it achieved little traction due to direct competition with Wi-Fi.
Engadget - August 1, 2019
The FiRa Consortium (the name stands for 'fine ranging') includes the likes of Samsung, Bosch, Sony and LitePoint, and they're all committed to growing the UWB ecosystem.