The Bluetooth® developer community is always pushing the technology forward, and this summer has been no different. Their innovation serves as an ongoing reminder of how Bluetooth technology is being used to create a more connected world, free from wires.
Here are just a few of the announcements from this summer.
This article highlights how low-power, short-range wireless tech is still only scratching the surface of the multitrillion-dollar global retail industry. Read more.
In this technology demo, Lambda:4 shows their phase-based ranging with a standard Bluetooth chip (TI CC2652) for keyless entry systems. Watch the video.
This look at a new white paper from the University of Oregon and the BetterBricks initiative highlights how Bluetooth® technology and luminaire-level lighting controls maximize the energy savings opportunity of solid-state lighting (SSL) while also providing the backbone for applications, including optimization of space in buildings, indoor wayfinding, and integration with other building systems. Read more.
In this technology and software rundown, Bluetooth Mesh is listed as an innovative technology in a construction setting that can build an ecosystem for the job site by connecting devices such as lighting, tools, and machinery to increase speed, efficiency, and safety. Read more.
Watch to learn about Bluetooth Internet Gateways and come to understand their requirements, architecture, and implementation. Watch the video.
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The Auracast Experience Japan - Member Companies Expect to See Bluetooth Technology Leading Japan's Audio Market
Recently the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), in collaboration with several member companies, including…
Bluetooth Channel Sounding - A Step Towards 10-cm Ranging Accuracy for Secure Access, Digital Key, and Proximity Services
Through Channel Sounding, the distance between two Bluetooth Low Energy devices can be estimated more accurately than with existing techniques, down to 10cm accuracy.
A New Bluetooth Standard Improves Personal Health Device Interoperability for Better Remote Patient Monitoring
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) recently published a set of specifications that standardizes…
Unveiling Auracast™ Broadcast Audio – A Glimpse Into the Future of AudioAuracast™ ブロードキャスト オーディオが垣間見せるオーディオの未来
Last month, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), in collaboration with industry players like…