The Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS), is the European Commission’s primary source of results from the projects funded by the EU’s framework programs for research and innovation, from FP1 to Horizon Europe. Their mission is to bring research results to professionals in the field to foster open science, create innovative products and services and stimulate growth across Europe.
CORDIS recently covered Nestwave as a France-based company, and their work developing low-power geolocation solutions for the IoT that help overcome the power, size and cost challenges associated with location components.
“Nestwave’s geolocation solutions differ in three ways: how signals are being used, where the processing occurs and how the processing is performed. ‘Our low-power geolocation solutions rely on various location sources: GPS/GNSS, Wi-Fi and 4G/5G. The signal diversity improves accuracy, especially in challenging environments,’ notes Ambroise Popper, Vice President and General Manager at NextNav, a company that has recently acquired Nestwave.”
Read the full article and what sets Nestwave’s and NextNav’s solutions apart from other geolocation companies in the market.