ACTUALITES

Apple Embeds the UWB in its iPhone 11

The release of the #iPhone11 with its #UWB chip generated a lot of discussion this September 2019. This choice is very relevant and has been thought long and hard! "Sharing. Game. Localization. Everything is more accurate than ever". Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology...

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How does the UWB work?

Ultra wideband (UWB) solutions are based on the Time of Flight (ToF) method to measure the distance between two radio transceivers by multiplying the ToF of the signal by the speed of light. Based on this basic principle, UWB technology can be implemented in different...

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IIDRE, the accurate geolocation by UWB

Thanks to the continuous efforts made since 2016, IIDRE is now able to offer you precision geolocation, thanks to UWB technology (Ultra WideBand Decawave modules). This technology is implemented by means of geo-referenced anchors and tags which will be integrated into...

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IIDRE wins its H2020 project – SME Instrument

IIDRE offers a unique solution for the geolocalization of operators on industrial sites. This solution contributes to ensure the safety of the operators in specific or sensitive environments. The innovative solution is based on radio frequency with badges and a...

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IIDRE at the Futurapolis exhibition – Toulouse

November 2016 It was a pleasure to exhibit once again on the CNES booth at the Futurapolis exhibition in Toulouse, with many discussions between professionals and scheduled conferences. It is again a link between space and satellite-free solutions that we propose and...

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IIDRE accompanies the students of ENSEIRB-MATMECA on the WISER project (Wireless Interconnection for Secure Exchange on the Road for self-driving car): project of creation of roadside unit (RSU: RoadSide Unit) for the management of autonomous vehicles.

From design to testing, the third year of the ENSEIRB-MATMECA, Telecom branch, worked on a complete architecture of “Vehicle to Infrastructure” (V2I) technologies.

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