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Tag: Android

ANT / Bluetooth 4.0 beacon evaluation kit for home automation solution to support humans and pets

Just to let you know that you don’t have to wait longer for home automation gadgets based on Bluetooth 4.0 or ANT any more. Radio beacons and tags on BLE and ANT have become available at present. These can be deployed as miniature beacons in buildings, parking garages, shopping malls and airports without significant installation […]

Indoor locating – positioning by Bluetooth Low Energy

Indoor locating of a smart phone by Bluetooth Low Energy (e.g. iPhone or Android phone) Locating of smart phones like an iPhone or Android phone can be done with an app on the device. The app will download the floor plan of the building. Google maps already offers a floor plan generator. Nevertheless such an […]

Hackathon @ Droidcon in Berlin – Great prizes – cash, products and media exposure

Join the ANT Challenge at the Droidcon Berlin Hackathon Sunday, April 7,| 9am-6pm The ANT Challenge is an excellent opportunity to create new and dynamic applications with cutting-edge technology and use cases using the latest release of the ANT Android API. Great development opportunity. Great prizes – cash, products and media exposure! 60 M ANT+ […]

RS9113 wireless M2M combo

What is the RS9113? The RS9113 is a chip or wireless module (RS9113-11-3) that comes with: WIFI 2.4 WIFI 5.8 GHz ZigBee Classic Bluetooth BT 2.1+EDR, BT 3.0 Bluetooth 4.0 (Bluetooth Smart, Bluetooth Low Energy) Calculation power on internal MCU for your own application Huge amount of interfaces for periphery like I2C, I2S, SPI, QSPI, […]

Internet of Things Around the Smartphone

Wednesday 10th of March 14:45 – 15:20 Droidcon 2013 in Berlin Mr. Klaus Starnberger, Starnberger Innovation & Technologie GmbH Ultra low power wireless technologies like Bluetooth 4.0 or ANT+ are about to revolutionize our daily life. The smartphone reaches out for sensing, controlling and utilizing its proximity and neighbourhood. New technologies enable proximity and find […]

iPhone user are living on an i(s)land = iLand. Do they live iSolated?

5 new features of the next iPhone – no satire – Headlines from iPhone magazine – Jan 2013 http://www.iphonelife.com/blog/30704/iphone-101-five-features-you-have-know-about? 1. Turn your phone sideways to display a larger keyboard Wow, a great feature that all Android phones and tablets already have. BTW, I installed a keyboard planned for Android phones on my Android tablet. I […]

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