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Bluetooth paves way for emerging IoT

16 Apr 2015  | Rick Merritt

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Seed Labs, NXP go their own ways

LED lights

Seed Labs announced an application-level Bluetooth protocol at the heart of its proprietary Silvair initiative. The software powers wireless controllers for a range of home devices such as the LED lights (above).

For its part, NXP said it is testing with two customers its own mesh software ultimately linking up to 256 nodes that will be upgradeable via software to the SIG's spec. It also demoed a Bluetooth pressure sensor (below) to make sure a baby remains in its car seat.

Bluetooth pressure sensor

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