We’re proud of our research & development investments and our ability to bring those resources to our customers who can access our lab resources for testing their end products and preparing them for official certification. Telit has extensive knowledge and the equipment for preparation of all common international testing procedures such as R&TTE/FCC, CE/UL and GCF/PTCRB. This increases the probability of a successful certification. Our R&D centers are located in:
The Trieste R&D facility is the company's main engineering, design and development facility. Trieste focuses on the advancement of GSM, GPRS, EDGE, and GPS technologies. A team focused on the automotive-specific products has been created with the purpose of enhancing support and services in this location.
This R&D center is the primary competence center for other wireless technologies and special projects. This facility investigates short-range wireless, satellite, and other emerging technologies for integration into the corporate portfolio roadmap.
Telit's APAC R&D center is located in Seoul, South Korea, and is the main development site for the company's CDMA, WCDMA, and UMTS projects. It is also a center of competence for automotive specific products and rugged design technologies.
Tel Aviv (Israel):
The acquisition of Motorola M2M enabled us to open this center located in Tel Aviv. The team in Israel supports the other centers worldwide in the cellular sector.
This is Telit’s primary competence center for short-range wireless technologies with a strong focus on Bluetooth. The R&D team designs, develops and supports Bluetooth and Bluetooth low energy modules and protocol stacks. It is the main R&D center providing Bluetooth engineering services.
Caen/Leuven R&D Center (France/Belgium):
Distributed between two R&D facilities, Caen in France and Leuven in Belgium, more than 30 engineers are dedicated to the research and development effort for the company's Automotive Solutions business unit.
Boca Raton (USA):
This is the world headquarters site for Telit IoT Platforms, acquired in September 2013, and houses engineering and R&D in charge of advancing cloud technology and the company's application enablement platform (AEP).
This is Telit’s software competence center for short-range wireless technologies. The R&D team designs, develops and supports applications and protocol stacks enabling ultra-low power operation of the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules.
Another R&D center is located in Foothill Ranch, California, and is the main development site for the company's GPS/Glonass and Location projects.