Every year, the Bluetooth® community makes major strides that drive wireless innovation, overcome challenges, and create stronger, more interoperable connections around the world. Community members work diligently with global partners to deliver comprehensive case studies that validate the reliability, flexibility, and scalability of Bluetooth technology across a wide range of platforms and infrastructures, from indoor navigation to commercial connected lighting and even COVID-19 response solutions powered by Bluetooth technology.
These case studies not only highlight the impact Bluetooth technology can have in any environment, but they also serve as an ongoing reminder of how Bluetooth innovations are being used to create a more connected world, free from wires. Here is a look back at some of the top Bluetooth member case studies of 2020.
Learn how Philips partnered with Cassia Networks to help fight the spread of COVID-19 in a major Dutch hospital using Philips’ Biosensor BX100 and Cassia’s Bluetooth gateways and IoT Access Controller. Instant download.
POM Tracer was looking to create an easy-to-implement product that would allow businesses and organizations to safely return employees to their offices to mitigate the risk of future shutdowns due to COVID-19. Instant download.
Westerner Park, Central Alberta’s largest trade show, agriculture, entertainment, and sports facility, recently become home to one of the biggest Bluetooth mesh lighting control networks. Read more.
Pioneer market, a family-owned grocery business in Mariposa and Waterford, California relies on LED Drivers integrated with wireless Bluetooth mesh to support a lighting system that improves the customer experience by providing higher levels of natural light. Read more.
To achieve an efficient and accurate production outcome, Dyer Engineering, an innovative group of fabrication and machining businesses, turned to ThinkIN’s location tracking solution, which is a combination of Quuppa’s indoor positioning technology and ThinkIN’s software application. Read more.