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Smart Sensor Devices' BleuIO Earns KC Certification in South Korea

Stockholm, Sweden January 13, 2022 –(– Smart Sensor Devices has earned the KC certification for its Bluetooth Low Energy USB dongle BleuIO, allowing it to be sold in South Korea.

As a global company, it is important that Smart Sensor Devices can serve customers around the globe. Any information communication equipment manufactured or imported for sale in South Korea must have KC certification. These products must have the KC logo and product certification number printed on the product. The certification ensures an electronic device is safe and meets all electromagnetic compatibility and radio frequency requirements.

“The KC certification is a big step for BleuIO as Smart Sensor Devices continues to expand our reach to other countries,” said Axel Hammar, Founder & CEO, Smart Sensor Devices. “This certification will allow us to work with South Korean companies and provide them with a more transparent and efficient supply chain.”

About BleuIO
This BleuIO is a Bluetooth low energy USB dongle that can create a new BLE 5.0 application fastest and easiest way. Just use the AT Commands available on the device. Details about the AT commands can be found on the getting started guide, which will help anyone make a fast peripheral or central application (or both) without developing a single line of embedded code.

It is a fully integrated solution, providing MCU and Bluetooth radio in one chip, based on Dialog Semiconductor latest Bluetooth chip, DA14683. The FLASH based device permits field or boot upgradable, while the application is stored on FLASH memory. Custom settings can also be stored on FLASH memory or OTP for higher integrity. It supports Windows 10, Linux and macOS, Arduino and STM32.

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About Smart Sensor Devices
Smart Sensor Devices is a Swedish company working globally with the latest IoT solutions. We are located in Stockholm, the hottest hub for IoT inventions. Get in contact with us today and explore how you can become part of it! Our long-term experience in IoT devices and systems is crucial for giving your business the most for your investments, improving Time To Market, and lowering your risk.

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Starlink for Mohave County Out of Beta Testing

Kingman, AZ January 12, 2022 –(– Starlink by SpaceX is now out of beta testing. Close to one hundred Mohave County residents have been using Starlink internet services for several months during beta testing with great results. Starlink has announced that beta testing is complete and service is now being offered to rural subscribers on a first come first served basis. Do to the worldwide chip shortage equipment is in very limited supply and the wait can be quite long. Lynn Wood of Kingman has waited nearly 8 months to receive his equipment but said ” The long wait was well worth it, this thing is fast” The next batch of user terminals are set to arrive in the next couple weeks for the Kingman area.

Local Starlink users report internet speeds test have been ranging from 50-250Mbps with 100Mbps a good average. Currently Data is unlimited and is expected to remain unlimited. There are currently more than 1,800 Starlink satellites in orbit right now. SpaceX deployed 49 more Starlink satellites in first launch of 2022. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took off Thursday from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida and deployed 49 more Starlink internet satellites, blazing a new trail to orbit on the first of as many as seven space missions planned from Florida in January.

John Whitford installer and spokesman for Quickdraw Networks who installs Starlink systems in Mohave County says, “Starlink has changed rural internet for our customers. It smokes the other choices.”

Valle Vista resident Steve Wood was recently installed by Quickdraw Networks and said, “I can now run my business from home, before Starlink it was impossible.”

For more information on Starlink service and installations, please call Quickdraw Networks at 928-421-2800.

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