- About Us
Built from the ground up, the ANT+ team identified a problem and created a solution! The solution – a
revolutionary low power sensor technology – is now integrated into the most popular products/devices on the market today manufactured by industry leading brands in the sport, fitness and health sectors. This vision has taken the company from two engineers tinkering in a garage to a reputable international corporation. As the world leader in wireless sensor technology, ANT+ continues to expand its reach defining solutions that meet the demands of its customers. ANT+ is committed to evolve with the market and continue providing the most effective and efficient wireless monitoring solutions possible.
ANT is a proven protocol and silicon solution for ultra-low power (ULP) practical wireless networking
applications. ANT+ facilitates interoperability between ANT+ Alliance member devices and the collection, automatic transfer and tracking of sensor data. Applicable in sport, wellness management and home health monitoring, ANT+ (built on the base ANT protocol) defines device profiles that specify data formats, channel parameters and network keys.
ANT/ANT+ are managed by ANT Wireless, a division of Dynastream Innovations Inc. The ANT+ Alliance is an open special interest group of companies who have adopted the ANT+ promise of interoperability. The Alliance ensures standardized communications through optimized brand value and partnerships with other top tier products.
Dynastream was established in 1998 and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Garmin Ltd. in December 2006. Dynastream is based in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada, and is a world innovator in the research and development of inertial and wireless technology.
Visit www.dynastream.com for more information.
ANT+ offers a progressive and innovative work environment where employees can launch their extreme ideas and contribute to the creation and promotion of cutting-edge products. See current job openings and learn why the industry’s top professionals choose ANT+.
ST Ericsson builds in ANT+
Android USB supports ANT+
Adidas launches the GEN2 Speed_Cell for soccer. ANT+ technology captures running and various metrics for other sports such as soccer, basketball and tennis
MOTOACTV with ANT+ launched
HTC releases ANT enabled phones
Sony initiates design of first ANT enabled smartphone
First combo connectivity chip released with ANT support
Bluetooth SIG releases 4.0
ANT+ technology was tested by Schwinn mPower trainers at the IDEA conference in Anaheim, CA. There were no problems reported in the room with 80 bikes, each with a head console and two sensors, and many with ANT+ heart rate straps
Team Columbia uses HTC Legend cell phones to track riders in the Tour de France
Digifit releases first ANT+ iPhone bridge
Texas Instruments releases the CC257x, ANT transceiver parts with integrated ANT-FS functionality, and improved RSSI
ANT+ launches the FIT1-e module, an ANT+ based OEM module designed specifically for fitness equipment. This PCBA establishes a simple and reliable connection between fitness equipment and ANT+ devices
Wahoo fitness releases iPhone API support of ANT+
Nordic Semiconductor releases the nRF24AP2, the second generation ANT transceiver, with many new features, and improvements
ANT+ and Star Trac bring wireless to fitness clubs. Spin bikes linking to multiple heart rate and cadence sensors. No cross talk or interference
First ANT+ Symposium
Release of AT3 chipset, the lowest power ANT solution with SensRcore
ANT+ Alliance formalized
ANT+ SDM added to Garmin Fitness line up; provides running cadence; complements GPS. Garmin acquires Dynastream
Nordic Semiconductor introduced the nRF24AP1, the first 2.4 GHz transceiver with ANT protocol
ANT - the first ever ultra low power wireless standard - is introduced to the market and products from Suunto and Atomic are introduced to the market
The ANT wireless protocol is born