JEDI-200 reduces the energy of getting one position fix by up to 150x compared to traditional GNSS modules
(Fremont, CA, May 14, 2019) -- Kolmostar, a positioning technology company, is launching their latest ultra low power GNSS module JEDI-200 at IoT World in Santa Clara Convention Center on May 14. JEDI-200 refreshes the industry lowest power consumption record by reducing the energy for one position fix by up to 150x compared to traditional GNSS sensors, providing the ultimate positioning solution for location-based Internet-of-Things applications.
JEDI-200 specification highlights include:
"JEDI-200 supports GPS as well as Beidou constellations," said Tao Tong, Co-founder and CEO of Kolmostar. "While achieving industry's lowest power consumption, it helps our customers to achieve high accuracy even in dense urban canyon environment where existing GNSS modules on the market often drift due to multi-path and other errors."
Designed specifically for IoT applications such as human and asset (bikes, scooters, vehicles, cargo, livestock, pets, etc.) trackers, smart wearables, smart farming and infrastructures etc., JEDI-200's reduced level of power consumption and its optimized efficiency with LPWAN technologies solve IoT endpoint deployment's pain-point of needing frequent recharges or a large battery, enabling new possibilities in location-based IoT applications. Kolmostar's technology will fundamentally shift the industry landscape and enable the proliferation of IoT use cases in everyday life.
Kolmostar is a positioning technology company that is reinventing the industry's GNSS positioning approach to achieve ultra-low-power (mW-level) and high-precision (centimeter-level) positioning in harsh metropolitan and remote environment for Internet-of-Things devices and autonomous vehicles. Kolmostar's solutions integrate advanced silicon technology, cutting-edge high-dimensional statistical signal processing and high-performance cloud computing to reduce GNSS sensors' power consumption and positioning error, making centimeter-accuracy positioning services universally accessible for billions of humans and intelligent machines.