An Introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy for Swift Developers

All smartphones support Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE) and it is used in all manner of peripheral device, including activity trackers, heart-rate monitors, IoT sensors, and more. It can also be used to create networks of tens of thousands of smart devices in, for example, buildings, factories, and agriculture. In this session, we will explore the basic concepts and the Swift APIs which make it possible for iOS developers to create exciting Bluetooth LE applications. 

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