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    • By STF News
      Start Date Oct 15, 2020
      Location Online
      It's a pleasure to announce that the inaugural get together of the Bluetooth® Developer Meetup will take place on October 15th 2020. Everyone is welcome to this on-line event (no registration required).
      Attendees will enjoy talks from a range of experienced Bluetooth developers from Google, Samsung, Foundries.IO and Bluetooth SIG. Together, they will share their knowledge and tell their stories of working with everybody's favourite low power wireless communication technology.
      Watch this page, the @BluetoothSIG Twitter account and accounts of speakers such as @bluetooth_mdw for updates. The URL for joining the event will be published here in due course.
      More information here
      Schedule
      Date: 15th October 2020.
      London : 17:30 - 20:00 UK time (UTC+1)
      Texas : 11:30 - 14:00 CDT (UTC-5)
      San Francisco : 09:30 - 12:00 (UTC - 7)
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      Contact him over LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kevinpicchi
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      Just imagine controlling a drone through a web page without even having to download a native app, not having to update it, a quick refresh of the page and done.
      Well this is possible since the integration a few years since the integration of Web Bluetooth in most browsers.
      In this talk we are going to take a look how the relationship between Web and Bluetooth work. How it can make a difference and how to setup a basic communication between a web page and a Bluetooth device.
      Advanced Bluetooth Technology - Under the APIs
      Speaker: Martin Woolley, Bluetooth SIG
      Bluetooth technology has changed enormously since its initial release about twenty years ago. Communication can now take place over distances in excess of a kilometre. It’s twice as fast as it used to be and connectionless communication through broadcasting data to an unlimited number of receivers has become extremely versatile and powerful. Oh and did you know, you can also create secure networks of tens of thousands of smart devices using Bluetooth technology?
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    • By STF News
      Start Date Oct 15, 2020
      Location Online
      It's a pleasure to announce that the inaugural get together of the Bluetooth® Developer Meetup will take place on October 15th 2020. Everyone is welcome to this on-line event (no registration required).
      Attendees will enjoy talks from a range of experienced Bluetooth developers from Google, Samsung, Foundries.IO and Bluetooth SIG. Together, they will share their knowledge and tell their stories of working with everybody's favourite low power wireless communication technology.
      Watch this page, the @BluetoothSIG Twitter account and accounts of speakers such as @bluetooth_mdw for updates. The URL for joining the event will be published here in due course.
      More information here
      Schedule
      Date: 15th October 2020.
      London : 17:30 - 20:00 UK time (UTC+1)
      Texas : 11:30 - 14:00 CDT (UTC-5)
      San Francisco : 09:30 - 12:00 (UTC - 7)
      Agenda
      Each talk will be approximately 30 minutes in length and include time for Q&A via a text-based system.
      Lessons Learned with using Bluetooth Low Energy in Wearables
      Speaker: Jacky Cheung, Google
      The cost of integrating Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) into consumer electronics has dropped significantly over the years. With all the promising features introduced in Bluetooth 5.X, Bluetooth LE has become the de-facto connectivity solution for wearables.
      This talk will present lessons learned with using Bluetooth Low Energy in wearable projects. It highlights some of the key design considerations and offers some practical tips to balance between speed and power consumption, which are particularly important for wearable devices.
      Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) OTA: or how I learned to stop worrying about spiders, snakes, hornets while building IoT devices on the Tech Farm
      Speakers: Thea and Marc Aldrich, Foundries IO
      Building and deploying embedded devices in the real world isn’t as glamorous as the corporate demos would lead you to believe. A few years ago we set out to build a simple cow tracking and happiness device. Since then things have escalated. And what have we learned? It gets hot, it rains, there is a whole lot of walking and, to be honest, the cows don't ever seem to fully appreciate the effort. Then there are the spiders, snakes and hornets. We all know this story ends in pain. But does it?
      In this presentation we’ll take you through the intensely scientific process of designing, building and deploying the latest version of our low cost, wirelessly connected farm automation and cow tracking system running Foundries.io’s Linux microPlatform (LmP) and Zephyr OS. All devices are now updateable over-the-air thanks to FoundriesFactory’s OTA functionality and OTA-DFU updates over Bluetooth LE from the Nordic NRF52840 based Reel Boards. No animals - other than humans - were harmed in the course of this project.
      The Love story between the Web and Bluetooth
      Speaker: Kevin Picchi, Samsung
      Kevin Picchi is a Software Engineer and Developer advocate at Samsung Internet, based in London.
      He’s passionate about web technologies, emerging tech, and enjoy sharing his knowledge.
      Contact him over LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kevinpicchi
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      Just imagine controlling a drone through a web page without even having to download a native app, not having to update it, a quick refresh of the page and done.
      Well this is possible since the integration a few years since the integration of Web Bluetooth in most browsers.
      In this talk we are going to take a look how the relationship between Web and Bluetooth work. How it can make a difference and how to setup a basic communication between a web page and a Bluetooth device.
      Advanced Bluetooth Technology - Under the APIs
      Speaker: Martin Woolley, Bluetooth SIG
      Bluetooth technology has changed enormously since its initial release about twenty years ago. Communication can now take place over distances in excess of a kilometre. It’s twice as fast as it used to be and connectionless communication through broadcasting data to an unlimited number of receivers has become extremely versatile and powerful. Oh and did you know, you can also create secure networks of tens of thousands of smart devices using Bluetooth technology?
      All of these advanced capabilities are there for developers to exploit. By examining subjects like data rates, range and reliability, this talk will provide a guided tour of the most interesting and advanced aspects of Bluetooth technology and how they work, under the APIs.
      View the full blog at its source
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      When uploading your watch face app to Seller Office you must now deselect all S2 devices within the Supported Devices. After uploading your binary file, the S2 devices can either be deselected individually from the list of 1,300+ device combinations, or selected all at once by following the steps below:
      Click the red number next to Selected Device(s) to open the Detailed Device Settings dialog box. This number represents the selected Samsung devices that your app will be compatible with.
      Type Gear S2 in the search field to list all of the selected S2 devices.
      Uncheck Select All within the Device Group to deselect all S2 devices.
      Click Save.
      Click OK to close the WPC Notice.
      Click the Save button prior to submitting your app.
      Now that the S2 devices are no longer selected, the red number that represents the compatible devices is reduced by approximately 300.

      If your app was rejected due to Gear S2 device incompatibility and you still have questions, feel free to search the Galaxy Watch Designer Forum or send an email to [email protected]
      View the full blog at its source





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