Many IoT devices rely on LPWAN connectivity because it provides efficient long-range communications for transmitting small amounts of data at low cost. However, IoT use cases that require global deployments often rely on GNSS-based positioning, which drives up device power consumption, increases hardware costs, and underperforms in urban and indoor environments.
Hybrid positioning offers a solution. Configured correctly, it supports extended battery life, even on low-resource devices with low-cost chipsets, and also provides excellent coverage indoors or outdoors, in both urban and rural environments.
This white paper discusses strategies for reducing power consumption, optimizing bandwidth, and preserving accuracy and yield with hybrid positioning technology:
These optimization techniques can help keep your next IoT project effective, efficient, and low-cost.
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