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u-blox @ the core
for 20 years
drone from above
u-blox @ the core
for 20 years
we grew from 5 to 900 in 20 years
We sold
since our founding
100'000'000 GNSS modules
Customers served
in more than 30 countries
Already after
only 10 years in
u-blox went public
R&D and Sales
offices in
countries globally
First own GNSS chip
to the market
developing technologies for the products of tomorrow

The last 20 years we consequently drove innovation for future products.
And it all started with a simple but ingenious idea in 1997: combine some semiconductors and some software to a fully functional system to determine own location.

Our products enable things to communicate
Our products enable things to communicate

Addressing tomorrow’s expectations: having technology and IP in one hand is an advantage for the customer. u-blox can provide this advantage in GNSS and in cellular communication products. A single source for relevant technologies that enables customers to save resources and achieve faster time-to-market.

public in 2007
u-blox went public in 2007
with own LTE chipset
cellular module with LTE chipset from u-blox
Global first
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Global first

In 2016, u-blox remained firmly on course for expansion and now offers products and services from 25 branch offices worldwide. Over the years, the company has established a broad and diverse customer base that now extends to 65 countries and includes some 5'700 customers worldwide. Today, 65 customers in 24 countries account for 80% of our total revenues, with not one of them responsible for more than 6% of total sales.

u-blox already supports Galileo satellite system
u-blox already supports Galileo satellite system

On December 15th 2016 the European Commission (EC) officially announced the launch of Galileo Initial Services. In the beginning of 2016 u-blox had already announced a firmware update for the vast majority of its u-blox M8 multi-GNSS receiver products, most which support Galileo in addition to GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS. Co-Founder and Executive VP Positioning Products Daniel Ammann explains how Galileo launch will improve positioning services.