Bringing the BlueZ bBck to Android - Marcel Holtmann, Intel's Open Source Technology Center
With the introduction of Bluetooth Smart aka Low Energy the ubiquity of Bluetooth is more and more present. The technology is used everywhere. It is in phones, tablets, cars, televisions, 3D glasses, sensors, wearables, medical devices, home automation and many more. Bluetooth 4.1 specification was released in December 2013. It enables stronger authentication and encryption, reduces power consumption and is preparing Bluetooth for the world of Internet of Things. This presentation will give an overview on how we integrated BlueZ into Android as a drop-in replacement for the default Bluedroid stack. It will show how Bluetooth 4.1 features are already integrated today and ready to be deployed. The presentation will show the benefits of using BlueZ on Android. It will also give a clear outlook on what will be possible with BlueZ for Android in the near future.
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