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Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL): Dialog Smartbond Bluetooth mesh SDK hands on training

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Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL): Dialog Smartbond Bluetooth mesh SDK hands on training

18-Sep-2018
Developer Session Room 2

Bluetooth now supports a mesh topology for many-to-many device communications. But you may be wondering about how a developer can get started…

In the informational portion of the session, we will define key components of Bluetooth mesh technology. You will also hear more about how a developer might apply Bluetooth mesh technology to the projects they want to implement. Finally, you will gain insights into the Dialog Smartbond Bluetooth Mesh SDK and participate in a demonstration of a Bluetooth Mesh network.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Terminology a developer needs to know when building a Bluetooth mesh network
  • Considerations when building a Bluetooth mesh network
  • How to get started with Bluetooth mesh solution
  • The experience of a setting up a Bluetooth Mesh network 


Audience pre-requisites:
This session is best for developers with some experience in network development who plan to or want to start Bluetooth mesh application development


Equipment requirements:
You must bring your fully charged laptop (PC or MacBook) with at least one fully functioning USB port and Internet connection.

Please note that the training session is welcoming everyone to follow and listen but only the first registered 40 attendees will have the chance to receive the DA14683 USB Development Kit and hands-on Mesh training opportunity.


Please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to the start of the session to secure your seat.

Presenter:          
Ian Morris, Principal Field Applications Engineer, Dialog Semiconductor
Leepeng Chandra, Field Applications Engineer, Dialog Semiconductor

Contact details:  
Ian.Morris@diasemi.com
+16572761079

Speakers
Ian Morris, Principal Field Applications Engineer - Dialog Semiconductor