In December 2016, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) officially adopted Bluetooth 5 as the latest versions of the Bluetooth core specification. Key updates include longer range, faster speed, and larger broadcast message capacity, as well as improved interoperability and coexistence with other wireless technologies.
Find out more about Bluetooth 5 in the following session which is open to all visitors! Turn up early to guarantee a seat.
8.00am - 8.50am | 28-Mar-2017 | Keynote Theater
Bluetooth 5 – from humble beginnings to the Internet of Things
Steve Hegenderfer, Director, Developer Programs, Bluetooth SIG
Session: Bluetooth is a technology that every consumer knows. It’s in your phones, your tablets, your cars…heck, it’s in everything. But with the release of Bluetooth 5, the technology is moving into new markets and verticals that will create more opportunities for developers.
In this session, we’ll be talking about:
- The huge market potential for devices, and Bluetooth’s place in that market
- The key features of 5 that will help your solutions
- How Bluetooth 5 is shaping the industry by looking at some possible uses of the technology
Come see where Bluetooth 5 might fit into your products plans.