GreenPeak announces ZigBee GP570 chip for motion sensing

GreenPeak Technologies announced the GP570 chip that will allow the development of low cost motion-enabled remote controls, addressing the growing demand for smarter and intuitive navigation of interactive entertainment services offered by operators.

GreenPeak Technologies announced the GP570 chip that will allow the development of low cost motion-enabled remote controls, addressing the growing demand for smarter and intuitive navigation of interactive entertainment services offered by operators.


Operators and consumer electronics manufacturers adopt motion sensing for their remote controls to enhance the consumer's user experience with intuitive browsing and navigation extending into new interactive entertainment services. GreenPeak's GP570, highly integrated single SoC solution, enables building cost-effective motion-enabled remote controls, which will allow mass market adoption of the new generation remote controls to become a reality.

The highly integrated GP570 is GreenPeak's single chip RF4CE remote control SoC solution with integrated support of motion sense algorithms based on combined accelerometer and gyroscope input for advanced gesture recognition and smooth and accurate movement control.

GreenPeak offers the GP570 with reference designs that allow a seamless integration with minimal efforts and a short time to market. The GP570 is part of the proven GreenPeak remote control RF4CE product line.

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