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RuggON announces the VX-601

RuggON Corporation has launched a new rugged in-vehicle terminal, the VX-601, which provides superb visibility from a large, bright, sunlight-readable touchscreen display; great durability; seamless connectivity and communications; as well as smart power management. The VX-601 is suitable for challenging environments and diverse applications such as intralogistics, cold chain logistics, waste management, mining, harbor freight handling, agriculture and construction.

TravelTab selects HERE Mobile SDK

TravelTab has selected HERE as the mapping and navigation provider for its new travel companion devices available to car rental customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

MapMyIndia launches digital twin of real world

MapMyIndia has announced alliances with Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Idea Cellular , Visit Health, Aatapaha Smart Lighting, Reverie Language Technologies and Udacity India, to develop India-specific solutions. It offers India’s best maps and location technologies to ISRO, including ISRO’s satellite mapping portal, Bhuvan. ISRO has recently launched NAVIC, India’s indigenous satellite navigation system. MapMyIndia also announced the acquisition of VidTeq, a pioneer in VideoMaps.

Low-power LNA for GNSS radio receiver applications

Skyworks Solutions of Woburn, Massachusetts, USA, has launched the SKY65623-682LF low-noise amplifier (LNA) for applications including wearables, asset trackers, navigation devices, and action cameras. The SKY65623-682LF is a Microwave Monolithic Integrated Circuit (MMIC) front-end LNA designed for GNSS radio receiver applications. The device is designed to provide low current consumption (1mA @ 1.8V supply), optimal gain, and a superior noise figure (NF). Output matching components are embedded inside the device. Only one external input matching inductor is required.

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