Taoglas’s System-on-Module Portfolio Targets a New Wave of IoT Developers

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By Jamie Moss | 3Q 2021 | IN-6248


Systems on Modules


At the Mobile World Congress in 2021, Taoglas launched its System-on-Module (SOM) “EDGE” portfolio, comprising three multisensor precertified boards, a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) module, and a starter kit board for the earliest stages of Internet-of-Things (IoT) device development exploration. The three commercial boards are designated as EC55, EM15, and IG25, and each is different in its component composition and intended application. All of Taoglas’s SOM EDGE boards are intended for prototyping, that is, for IoT application Proofs of Concept (POCs) by enterprises and for IoT device development by manufacturers. The boards are conspicuous in their integration of many different technologies, incorporating sensor packages for event detection; GNSS for location tracking; application processors for edge computing; and cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth for wide-area and local-area connectivity.

Hurdle Unfamiliar Technical Obstacles


As with all module-type products, Taoglas’s intention is to accelerate the dev…

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