u‑blox modules are now set to power the core of two new developer boards designed and produced by Seeed, one of China’s largest distributors of microelectronic components for the international developer and maker communities, deliver cellular communication and positioning capabilities for a wide range of applications in the Internet of Things.
The first of the two development boards is a Raspberry Pi HAT designed to augment Raspberry Pi computers with cellular communication as well as cellular-based positioning services. The board will be released in multiple variants USA-AT&T, USA-Verizon, Europe based on the u‑blox LARA‑R2 LTE Cat 1 module series.
Seeed is an IoT hardware enabler providing services that empower IoT developers to swiftly realize their products. By partnering with technology providers from hardware to the cloud, the company offers a wide array of hardware platforms and sensor modules ready to be integrated with existing IoT platforms. With Shenzhen’s extensive and flexible supply chain, it also offers customization and agile manufacturing services, ranging from a single unit to over 10,000 units. Seeed serves the global market from it’s headquarter in Shenzhen, China, with branch offices in the US and Japan.