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8th November 2021
NeoCortec signs agreement with Honeywell to develop wireless mesh technology for fire detection

NeoCortec, manufacturer of ultra-low-power bi-directional wireless mesh network modules, recently signed an agreement with Honeywell Building Technologies, a global leader in fire and life safety, to develop wireless fire detection devices that offer higher reliability, ease of installation and commissioning, and competitive cost of ownership. 

5th October 2021
Ultra-low power wireless network technology leader moves to new premises to enable business expansion

The new location is situated in a large complex which is capable of supporting the growth plans and enables NeoCortec to continue to add more resources to support the business expansion.

5th October 2021
NeoCortec appoints Cato Skibsted Fagermo as Business Development Manager to develop new opportunities for NeoMesh ultra-low power wireless network technology

With 20 years' experience in commercializing technologies in emerging markets, Fagermo joins NeoCortec at a time when a wide range of markets and applications are in need of large-scale networks with ultra-low power consumption.

29th September 2021
New breakout boards from NeoCortec simplify prototyping of NeoMesh ultra-low power wireless networks

The new breakout boards from NeoCortec operate in standalone or Adafruit Feather Wing mode, and need only an U. FL antenna

23rd September 2021
New video – NeoMesh modules explained

15th June 2021
Mouser Electronics and NeoCortec Sign Global Distribution Agreement

Our modules, breakout boards etc. will now be available through Mouser.

18th February 2021
NeoMesh Explained: Condition monitoring of crates in a warehouse

We've done a 4-minute video that lays out a specific use case: Setting up a NeoMesh sensor network for monitoring of crates in a warehouse.

8th January 2021
Testimonials: Getting started with NeoMesh – as easy as promised?

Have we promised too much? We’ve asked Dr. Claus Kühnel, electronics engineer, technical writer and consultant, based in Switzerland, and Christian Engstrand, electronics design engineer based in Stockholm.

4th January 2021
Video: NeoMesh Explained

Please take a look - we've launched the first video in a series of explainer videos presenting key features of NeoMesh.

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