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16th January 2024
NeoCortec now on MikroE Click Boards™

NeoCortec is pleased to announce, together with MikroElektronika (MikroE), the introduction of new Click Boards™ based on Neocortec modules. With the NeoMesh protocol being a natural choice when building battery powered, highly scalable and reliable wireless sensor networks, developers now have access to a large selection of MCU, sensor and other boards which can simply be clicked together to form a device.

9th March 2023
NeoCortec extends Gateway Software with NeoMesh Management Tool

NeoCortec has launched an extension to the already existing NeoGateway, which is a open source software solution intended to run on any Linux based GW, which allows the customer to automatically monitor the health of the deployed networks.

9th June 2022
Tadiran white paper on NeoMesh and batteries for IoT applications

Tadiran batteries who is a leading manufacturer of batteries for wireless devices has written this whitepaper on battery selection. To ensure a long battery life in your IoT or sensor network device, you need to consider many aspects.

12th April 2022
Low cost DIY PCB antennas for Wireless IOT

Any design engineer who integrates wireless technology into a product, has to consider what antenna to use. In NeoCortec, we often see that customers are struggling in this area. In order to provide more insight into the area of antennas, and to help design engineers to achieve a good design, we decided to sponsor a white paper which focuses on antennas for IoT applications and more specifically on low cost PCB antennas. We turned to antenna and IoT expert Mr. Harald Naumann who accepted the task to shre his knowledge and experience on the matter. The result is a 87 page comprehensive white paper....

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


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