u-blox, a global provider in wireless and positioning modules and chips, announced the NINA-B1 Bluetooth low energy (Bluetooth Smart) stand-alone module.
Ever since the Jetsons conjured up a smart home utopia 60 years ago there has been hype around devices that can make our home lives easier. Today that hype is beginning to turn into consumer support with research recently commissioned by Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) showing that almost half (46%) of consumers believe smart home devices will become mainstream within five years. [...]
The recent Bluetooth Europe 2015 event in London was not only a chance to assess the technology’s successes in recent years but to explore its growing role in the Internet of Things (IoT).
The recent Bluetooth Europe 2015 event in London included an expert speaker panel not afraid to speak their minds on smart homes, doubts about telcos, and the challenge of maintaining 50 billion devices.
CSR plc (LSE: CSR; NASDAQ: CSRE) has announced the latest version of its Bluetooth® Smart solution for the smart home – CSRmesh® Home Automation. The latest software release adds sensor and actuator models to build on the original protocol that was designed for lighting control
Renesas Electronics has announced a new wireless solution that supports the Bluetooth® Smart near field wireless communication standard.
IoT Asia, Singapore; Redwood City, USA; and Zaragoza, Spain. April 22, 2014 — At the Internet of Things conference and exhibition in Singapore Libelium has launched a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module that connects Waspmote sensor nodes to smartphones, tablets, and other BLE-compatible iOS and Android devices. The Waspmote sensor nodes can connect with smartphones and tablets for remote [...]
London, UK — ABI Research estimates that the installed base of Bluetooth-enabled devices alone reached 3.5 billion in 2012 and is forecast to grow to almost 10 billion by 2018 — this doesn’t take into account many other technologies such as Wi-Fi, ZigBee, and cellular.
IMS Research, recently acquired by IHS Inc. (NYSE:IHS), projects that the transition from Classic Bluetooth to Bluetooth Smart in consumer medical devices will be slow,
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