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iGPSPORT’s latest cycling computer uses u-blox M10 to deliver ultra-long performance

By Eric Van Rees - 23rd June 2021 - 06:18

u-blox, a global provider of positioning and wireless communication technologies and services, and iGPSPORT, a sports hardware and data service provider operating out of Wuhan, China, have announced the iGS320 cycling computer, which builds on the u-blox M10 positioning platform.

The cycling computer leverages the u-blox M10 platform’s ultra-low power consumption, compact size, and its ability to track four global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) to offer endurance athletes a superior user experience.

The rise of the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence have reset expectations on the size, accuracy, and power consumption of sports trackers and other wearables. Cycling computers are no exception. As the cycling scene diversifies – with the growing popularity of gravel biking, long-distance rides, and multi-day races – longevity and performance in complex signal environments are gaining importance as key differentiators.

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