A major international fair for embedded systems, Embedded World 2020 is a hub for showcasing a wide range of IoT innovation. This year, attendees had an opportunity to discover new technologies, meet experts across a breadth of commercial and industrial markets, and hear engaging presentations given by notable speakers from around the world on everything from electronic systems and e-mobility to energy efficiency and connected lighting.
If you couldn’t attend Embedded World 2020, check out these four engaging presentations delivered by global IoT innovators.
Previewing the Next Generation of Bluetooth® Audio
Watch a key contributor, Nick Hunn from WiFore Consulting, guide developers through the next generation of Bluetooth audio, including the reasons why a new generation was needed and technical overviews of the key new features of LE Audio.
Bluetooth® Mesh Networking – A Practical Guide for Embedded Developers
In this comprehensive overview, Simon Slupik, Silvair looks at the Bluetooth mesh specifications, explores some new capabilities soon to be available, and helps answer some of the most common questions about how to embed Bluetooth mesh into IoT solutions and products.
Discussing Bluetooth® Range
Watch Bjørn Kvaale from Nordic Semiconductor address some of the most common myths concerning Bluetooth range, discuss the key factors that influence the effective range of a reliable wireless connection, and offer design tips for developers to achieve the optimal range for their specific use case.
Bluetooth® Location Services and High-Accuracy Direction Finding
See Bluetooth SIG Senior Developer Relations Manager Martin Woolley help developers go beyond theory to develop products and solutions that leverage Bluetooth direction finding.
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