As promised I will write some further lines about BLE applications today. The examples shall give you some ideas what to do with Bluetooth Low energy. Bluetooth Low Energy can be used to detect the presence at your laptop on Windows 8. As soon as your BLE key-fob is out of range the screen saver […]
If you are in GPS tracking business and have customers or plans to deliver to Russia, then it makes sense to have a look on a combined GPS/Glonass module.
What to do with Bluetooth Low Energy? Which applications can we cover? Several short articles shall give you an idea for useful applications on BLE. The first article is related to my lost key-fob. BLE beacon at key-fob (1) Estimated twenty-five years ago I lost my keys at the ruins of Corinth in Greece. I […]
iBeacon are radio devives on in 2400 MHz range. They use the new Bluetooth 4.0 specification. BT 4.0 is split in classic Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy. Bluetooth Low Energy was previously called Bluetooth Ultra Low Power, and in early 2001, was WiBree. “Wi” for wireless, and “Bree” for Bree in the Lord of the […]
Question about Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) in home automation to me: Q: I’m working for an IoT start-up and we are looking at BT 4.0 for communication in home automation. We would really like to know about your opinion about BT 4.0, while we have ZigBee and other protocols for home automation, I feel the […]
For some reasons Apple was brainwashing the whole world. The whole world means that the iBeacon is the only beacon. iBeacons are stupid. iBeacon only really transmit their ID around the clock. Apple has not invented Bluetooth Low Energy. Apple even did not invent the Bluetooth Low Energy beacon. They just registered the trademark iBeacon […]
Do you have a wireless project? Do you plan a re-design? Do you want to reduce the costs of your IoT / M2M application? Your answer is “yes” to one of these questions – then let us meet at Electronica in Munich – the place to go. You can find me in Hall A4 Booth […]