Designing for Success: Leveraging Security Features of Bluetooth for Your IoT Applications
Published on March 29, 2019
We help deepen your understanding of the Security features available in Bluetooth for low-power Internet of Things (IoT) applications and how you can leverage them in your next connected product design. We walk you through the evolution of security features in the Bluetooth low energy specifications from the initial v4.0 release to the recently announced Bluetooth 5 specification. In addition, we offer practical tips for implementing Bluetooth’s security features.
About the Presenters:
Jonathan Kaye is the Product Director for Laird’s Connectivity Solutions business unit, which provides a full range of embedded wireless modules and other solutions that simplify the process of using wireless technology. Jonathan has nearly 20 years of experience in the embedded wireless and product design field, including positions at EZURiO and Lever Technology before joining Laird over 10 years ago.
Jennifer Gibbs is a Field Applications Engineer for Laird’s Connectivity Solutions business unit, with a focus on Bluetooth and ISM embedded wireless modules and solutions. Jennifer is an Electrical Engineer specializing in Communications Systems and Digital Signal Processing and has 13 years of experience supporting and designing wireless embedded systems. Jennifer’s previous experience includes positions at Sprint and Garmin before joining Laird 6 years ago.