UWB technology is not planning to be used for connectivity but instead for location based services since it offers fine ranging which would allow to deliver a high level of accuracy of the position of the device and also the distance. It can be used for all non-GPS i.e. indoor or similar use cases where the exact location is important.

The FiRa consortium is backed with some well-known industry names: ASSA ABLOY Group, NXP Semiconductors, Samsung Electronics, Bosch, Sony Imaging, LitePoint and the Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA) so the technology probably has potential.

The article showing more details can be found on this link.


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