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ANT Wireless Announces Inspired+ Award Winners and 2018 ANT Symposium Details

Herman Miller, Baron Controls and Full Speed Ahead Honored for Innovative Applications of ANT Wireless Technology

ANT Wireless Announces Inspired+ Award Winners and 2018 ANT Symposium Details
Herman Miller, Baron Controls and Full Speed Ahead Honored for Innovative Applications of ANT Wireless Technology 

Cochrane, AB – May 9, 2018 – ANT Wireless, a division of Dynastream Innovations, an innovator in ultra-low power (ULP) wireless technology, today announced the 2017 Inspired+ award winners. Now in its ninth year, the annual award program recognizes inspiring companies who are leading the way using ANT/ANT+ Wireless technology to change how we live, do business and use products. Nominees were carefully evaluated by a committee and required to have launched a workable solution using ANT technology to solve a problem in the past year.

Nine companies were nominated for the Inspired+ ANT Wireless Awards this year, and winners were announced at the 2017 ANT Wireless Symposium. The three honorees include:

Herman Miller, winner of Inspired+ for their Live OS application
Baron Controls, winner of Inspired+ for their ProShift system
Full Speed Ahead (FSA), winner of Inspired+ for their K-FORCE WE product

“Once again, we had an incredible group of nominees to consider, all of whom are using ANT Wireless technology in exceptionally creative ways,” said James Fujimoto, Director, ANT Wireless. “It’s an honor to recognize this year’s winners as innovators leading the IoT connectivity revolution across a variety of environments and applications by leveraging ANT Wireless technology.”

This year’s ANT Wireless Symposium will be held in Banff, Alberta from October 2 - 4, 2018. The event gathers leading device makers, application developers, silicon manufacturers, industry supplies, , distributors and wireless service providers to discuss the technical and commercial possibilities of ANT Wireless technology such as ANT BLAZE and G.FIT. Core themes of this year’s symposium include IoT connectivity and scalability, smart fitness, and emerging topics such as wireless agriculture.

For more information on the upcoming ANT Wireless Symposium, and to access its call for speakers, please visit: https://www.thisisant.com/business/events/ant-symposium-2018/.  For more information about ANT Wireless visit: www.thisisant.com

About ANT / ANT+ (www.thisisant.com)
ANT is an established protocol and silicon solution for ultra-low power (ULP) practical wireless networking applications. With millions of deployed nodes, ANT is perfectly suited for any kind of low data rate sensor network topologies; from peer- to-peer or star, to practical mesh; in personal area networks (PAN) which are well suited for sports, fitness, wellness and home health applications, or in local area networks (LAN) in home and IoT applications.

ANT+ Product Directory (www.thisisant.com/directory)
The ANT+ Product Directory is a complete inventory of all ANT+ certified or verified products. ANT+ is the pervasive ULP wireless technology facilitating the capture of critical market share in the exploding mobile sensor sector. This standardized communication platform enables quick-to-market solutions for application developers, sensor manufacturers, and cell phone makers. ANT+ has amassed an ecosystem of world-class technology vendors in the ANT+ Alliance, an open special interest group of companies who have adopted the ANT+ promise of interoperability. These industry leaders offer readily-available brand name products for sport, wellness management and home health monitoring.  Visit thisisant.com/directory for a complete listing of ANT+ certified and verified products.


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