Tag Archives: iot

Bluetooth 5: What you need to know

Bluetooth 5 advancements also open up more possibilities for SIG companies – now at an all-time high of 30,000 member companies

Read the full article at: embedded-computing.com

Now that is an impressive Special Interest Group (SIG) at scale of 30K members! I can only imagine their All-Member Meetings, must need a sports stadium. This shows what ubiquity means in technology.

Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things gets a name: ‘Wi-Fi HaLow’


IEEE finalization of 802.11ah is far along and already into what’s known as the technical phase

Source: www.computerworld.com

It’s really sad that 802.11p (5.9 Ghz DSRC for Connected Vehicles) never got this much attention and rapid pace toward deployment – whose fault was that? There was plenty of money thrown at it. Since cars are part of IoT I suppose they will need to support HaLow also. This will fall on innovators, not government (BTW it seems NHTSA decided not to issue a DSRC mandate so far).