Are you ready to develop with Bluetooth?
If you’re ready to develop a Bluetooth® product, we can get you started with information and resources that will make the job of building with Bluetooth wireless technology faster and easier.
The Bluetooth SIG provides Study Guides designed to help developers get up to speed quickly on various Bluetooth capabilities.
These videos will help you gain a deeper understanding of Bluetooth technology.
The Bluetooth SIG makes available overview papers on the latest advancements to Bluetooth technology.
Bluetooth SIG Working Groups occasionally release White Papers that provide additional guidance to developers.
Product Testing Events
Test your Bluetooth technology products against other unreleased and unannounced products and prototypes coming soon. UPFs are nonprofit interoperability testing events the Bluetooth SIG offers as an added benefit to members. Interoperability of Bluetooth products on the market is critical to the success of the technology so we work very hard to make sure everything just “works” for consumers.
Have a question about developing with Bluetooth? Find answers on a forum. With over 50 million visits per month, the Stack Overflow community does a tremendous job helping each other. Please use the links below to ask questions or follow the discussions:
Ensure compliance with international regulations
International regulatory requirements are a part of the product management and planning process for Bluetooth® enabled products. The Bluetooth SIG provides helpful regulatory requirement information by region to members to assist them in understanding the relative regulatory requirements when planning to place Bluetooth enabled products in a given region.
The Bluetooth SIG does not provide regulatory consulting, assistance, or testing for its members. Please visit our member Service Provider web page for this type of assistance.
Bluetooth SIG Associate members and Promoter members are encouraged to join the Bluetooth SIG Regulatory Committee, where regulatory standards associated with Bluetooth wireless technology are discussed. Members are also eligible to participate in the Bluetooth SIG Regulatory Committee Subgroup, which serves as a forum for all members to discuss regulatory topics.