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Bluetooth paves way for emerging IoT

16 Apr 2015  | Rick Merritt

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Cooking up IoT in the kitchen

Precision cooking

Start-up Meld showed its approach to dialling in precision cooking (above). The Bluetooth-connected stove dial cover, thermometer and app aim to take the guesswork out of cooking.

To brew interest in IPv6, Nordic created an espresso machine that can be operated via the Web (below). Even though its nRF51 chips (bottom) are smaller than coffee beans, the company is now making available a full IPv6 stack that runs on them.

Espresso machine

nRF51 chips

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