According to Mordor Intelligence, the global electronic shelf label (ESL) market value topped $581 million (USD) in 2019 and is expected to reach $1.82 billion by 2025. ESL technology enables cloud-based applications that enhance retail automation, shopper engagement and data analytics.
To help create a secure, scalable cost-effective solution for electronic shelf labels (ESL), we created a new family of secure, 2.4 GHz proprietary wireless system-on-a-chip (SoC) devices - EFR32FG22 (aka FG22).
Designed for power- and size-constrained IoT products powered by batteries or energy harvesting sources, FG22 provides a best-in-class connectivity solution for rapidly emerging retail applications.
Here are some highlights on FG22:
Other FG22 target applications include building security, industrial automation sensors and custom modules for commercial lighting. Our VP & GM of IoT Industrial & Commercial Products, Ross Sabolcik, shares more about FG22 in the video below.
For more information about our new FG22 SoCs, visit silabs.com/fg22.