Powering the Internet of Things with our Beacons and Tags
We provide an array of Bluetooth® LE products, including multi-mode solutions with NFC, RFID or UWB, and a variety of integrated sensors.
Our Swiss design and in-house manufacturing guarantee high quality product for your specific application.
Find Solutions for:
Enable remote patient monitoring, ensure staff safety, track assets, and locate patients+
Provide indoor navigation, occupancy monitoring, location-based services, and energy management+
Optimize asset tracking, inventory management, supply chain visibility, worker safety, condition monitoring+
Support advanced inventory management, last-mile delivery, and yard management+
Identify | Locate | Sense | Monitor | Detect
- Low Voltage Operation: from 1.5V
Operation from 1.5V alkaline batteries, for small, light, easy to mount devices.
- Long Life: Up to 8-year operation
Zero maintenance, low waste
- In-house ICs
EM's Swiss-engineered ICs power our devices, from Bluetooth® LE SoCs to sensors and PMICs.
- Robust: up to IP69
Rugged and durable. Getting the answers whatever the environment
- Wireless Connectivity
Up to date Bluetooth® LE, RFID, and NFC, in various combinations
- RTLS Solutions
Localization down to 30 cm: RSSI, AoA, UWB, and GPS are available
- Energy Harvesting
Energy harvesting from solar, thermal, and magnetic with EM's 8500 Series ICs
- Custom FW & Edge Computing
SoC-powered smart edge devices enabling parameter tuning, custom firmware, and novel signal-processing algorithms.
Like the rest of the of the Swatch Group, EM Microelectronic is focused on development and manufacturing processes for a sustainable future. We are limiting waste, reducing the use of toxic chemicals, and maximizing our use of sustainable, recyclable, and recycled materials.
And we’re proud to announce that we are bringing to market energy harvesting beacons, using EM’s own energy harvesting controller ICs – because what’s better than a beacon that requires no battery and runs forever?
You can find it all discussed in EM’s most recent sustainability report here. It’s full of specific plans and quantifiable goals - vague platitudes and empty promises will not protect the environment and our finite resources.