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Tuesday, October 11 • 15:00 - 15:50
Doing Bluetooth Low Energy on Linux - Szymon Janc, CODECOUP

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This presentation will help audience to better understand how Linux supports fast changing and evolving technology as Bluetooth. It will provide comprehensive guide on BlueZ 5 stack architecture focusing on Bluetooth Low Energy support. Audience will also have good overview of how Linux can help building Internet of Things by supporting bleeding edge Bluetooth features like LE Connection Oriented Channels, BT6LowPAN, LE Secure Connections and more.

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Szymon Janc

Technical Lead, CODECOUP
Szymon Janc is an embedded software engineer. Develops embedded Linux systems since 2007. Linux and FLOSS enthusiast and contributor. Since 2009 works on Android based mobile platforms development mostly focused on Local Connectivity area. Recently involved in Bluetooth stack development for The Zephyr Project. In 2015 co-founded CODECOUP, a company providing support in Local Connectivity, Linux, Open Source and embedded software.


Tuesday October 11, 2016 15:00 - 15:50
Salon 2+3 Rom - Ground Level