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UWB (Ultra-wideband) was initially introduced to the market in 2000, but was soon replaced by Bluetooth and LoRa technologies. It was not until recently, when Apple adopted this technology in its iPhone 11, that UWB was back in the spotlight. The ability to achieve centimeter-level accuracy and high-precision positioning, coupled with the standardization of this technology, is expected to UWB more widely adopted in industrial, consumer, and automotive electronics applications.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction of UWB Technology
1.1 Ability to Achieve High-precision Positioning
1.2 Standardization Lowers Power Consumption and Optimizes of Code Algorithms
2.UWB Market Development
2.1 Smartphones and Digital Car Keys as Major Driving Forces
2.2 Chip Supply Dominated by Decawave and NXP; Apple Works with USI
2.3 High Costs and Power Consumption Pose Biggest Challenges
3.Potential UWB Applications
3.1 Industrial and Public Spaces: Growing Demand for Smart Manufacturing and Outdoor Applications
3.1.1 High-precision Positioning to Make UWB Key Technology for Smart Factory
3.1.2 Interference Resistance to Increase Outdoor Use of UWB
3.2 Consumer Products: Peer-to-peer Communication, Lost Item Tracking, and Smart Home Appliance Control
3.2.1 Applications of Peer-to-peer Communication Ahead of Positioning
3.2.2 Lost Item Tracking as Key Feature in Smart Home Application
3.3 Automotive Electronics: Leading Automakers Focus on Digital Car Keys
3.3.1 Apple Leads the Market with Samsung and NXP Closely Behind
3.3.2 Interoperability to be a Major Issue in Future Market Growth
4.MIC Perspective
Appendix
List of Companies

List Of Tables

Table 1 Evolution of IEEE Standards for UWB 

Table 2 Major UWB Chip Suppliers’ Product Portfolios 

Table 3 Comparison of Common RTLS Technologies

Table 4 UWB Applications Unveiled by Smartphone Brands 

Table 5 UWB-Automotive Applications of Leading Automakers 

 


List Of Figures

Figure 1 UWB v.s. Standard Wireless Communications Technology
Figure 2 Illustration of ToF
Figure 3 Growth in Number of UWB Devices
Figure 4 Use of UWB in AGV Systems
Figure 5 UWB Systems at New York City Subway
Figure 6 Samsung’s SmartTag
Figure 7 Illustration of Apple’s Digital Car Key Patent
Figure 8 NIO’s UWB Digital Car Key Using UWB Technology
Companies Mentioned

3db Access
Agilion GmbH
Altran
Apple
ASE
Audi
AVX
BeSpoon
BMW
Continental
Decawave
Donn Technology
Ethertronics
Ford
Genesis
Google
Haoyun Technologies
Honda
Huawei
Humatics
Hyundai
infsoft GmbH
Jingwei Technology
LG
Locaris Technology
NXP
Oppo
Piper Networks
Qorvo
Renesas
Samsung
Sick AG
Siemens
STMicroelectronics
Tesla
Thales
Trumpf
Tsingoal
Ubisense
USI
Volkswagen
WoXu Wireless
Zebra Technologies

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