A new generation of power-efficient Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) devices is set to hit the market and put an end to the paradigm of power-hungry satellite location. If these technologies can integrate and complement Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) solutions with more accurate tracking and long-lasting batteries, they will unlock new types of asset-tracking opportunities where high-accuracy and real-time tracking are not as important as power consumption in a very energy-constrained environment. These opportunities will span many verticals, ranging from smart cities to agriculture.
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