/Webinar: the comeback of ultra-wideband

Webinar: the comeback of ultra-wideband

June 3, 2021 | Webinar on demand

How recent innovations inspire new use cases

Ultra-wideband technology has been around for decades. But while its accuracy was never in doubt, its cost-efficiency and especially power consumption left much to be desired.

Thanks to recent circuit and algorithm innovations, those issues are now resolved, enabling the wide adoption of ultra-wideband, also in small battery-powered devices.

Tune into this webinar to find out:

  • What’s the history of ultra-wideband, what are its use cases and why it’s making a comeback (Introduction on behalf of the FiRa Consortium)
  • What are the most recent technical achievements and breakthroughs in ultra-wideband.
  • Which advanced applications improved ultra-wideband will enable.

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About the presenters

CHarles

On behalf of FiRA, Charles Dachs will give the introduction to this webinar. Charles is FiRa Consortium Board Vice-Chair and the general manager and vice president of Secure Embedded Transactions at NXP Semiconductors. Previously, he has worked with organizations such as Phillips Semiconductors, Phillips Research, and CERN.

Christian Bachmann

After Charles has set the scene, Christian Bachmann will dive deeper into the latest developments surrounding ultra-wideband. Christian is Program Manager Ultra-Wideband and Bluetooth Secure Proximity at imec. He oversees imec’s ultra-wideband and Bluetooth Micro-Location Programs, which enable next-gen automotive, medical, and IoT applications. Christian joined imec in 2011, after working with Infineon Technologies and the Graz University of Technology. During his career, he has covered a broad spectrum of wireless communication solutions for 802.11ah Wi-Fi, Bluetooth LE, 802.15.4 (Zigbee), ultra-wideband impulse radio.

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