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Latest Resources

Bluetooth Low Energy Audio LC3 Demo

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Improving your Integrated Manufacturing with Location & Data Analytics

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Reducing the Risk of COVID-19 Transmission

Learn how Philips partnered with Cassia Networks to help fight the spread of COVID-19…

How Cassia Networks is Using Bluetooth Technology for Positioning and Location Services

For years, Cassia Networks has delivered reliable, long-range multiple-device connectivity, edge-processing, and location services…

How LC3 Checks All the Wireless Audio Boxes

Andrew Estrada with Sony Electronics shares his outlook on the benefits LC3 will bring…

What LC3 Means for the Bluetooth Audio Listening Experience

Peter Liu with Bose Corporation explains how LC3 will help improve the user experience…

LC3 Will Have Big Impact on the Next Generation of Audio

For more than 30 years, the Audio and Media Technologies division at Fraunhofer IIS…

Building a Sensor-Driven Lighting Control System Based on Bluetooth® Mesh

A technical examination of which Bluetooth mesh models to use in different types of…

Bluetooth SIG works to include wearable in COVID-19 exposure notification systems

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) is working to create a new specification that…

Tested: How much does Bluetooth actually drain your phone battery?

Android Authority tests five smartphones to determine that Bluetooth Technology does not noticeably drain…

Extending an ENS to Support Wearable Devices

See how an ENS can better address population groups critical to managing a pandemic…

POM Tracer Ensures Workplace Safety with Contact Tracing Solutions from Laird Connectivity

POM Tracer was looking to create an easy-to-implement product that would allow businesses and…

“Back to Work” Solutions - Explained

In this report, we share a detailed technical analysis of technologies available to enable…

150,000 Sq Ft Facility With Bluetooth Mesh Luminaires

The customer – one of the most popular bottled water providers in the US,…

Advantages of Wireless Human-Machine Interface (HMI) for Industrial Automation

In comparison to today’s consumer products that offer enhanced connectivity and a more immersive…

How to Deploy BlueZ on a Raspberry Pi Board as a Bluetooth Mesh Provisioner

This step-by-step study guide will teach you: How to rebuild the kernel on a…

The Bluetooth LE Security Study Guide

Learn about fundamental security concepts, the security features of Bluetooth Low Energy, and gain some hands-on experience using those features in device code.

Bluetooth Location Services

See 8 use cases for enhancing building efficiencies and creating a better visitor experience, discover new data that supports the latest trends and forecasts, and find out what’s driving the rapid adoption of location services solutions.

How to Make Wearables Bluetooth Mesh Provisioners

Learn how to create applications for smartwatches and other platforms that can monitor and control nodes in a Bluetooth mesh network.

Lighting as a Platform

See how connected lighting systems are being used as a platform to enable advanced building services like wayfinding, asset tracking, and space utilization to improve the ROI of smart building investments.

Markets

Forecasted to ship in 4 billion devices in 2019, Bluetooth technology is creating connections that power innovation, establish new markets, and push the limits of wireless communication worldwide.

Solution Areas

More than just a radio, Bluetooth technology provides full stack, fit-for-purpose solutions aimed at addressing specific connectivity needs.