Avoiding the Developer "Blues" When Integrating Bluetooth Into Your Embedded System

Duration: 1 hour


What Bluetooth flavor is right for your embedded system?
And factors developers should consider when selecting a Bluetooth stack for their next embedded system

Bluetooth technology is proliferating embedded markets: medical, consumer, industrial, automotive – it’s pretty much everywhere. This proliferation stems from the past 15+ years of successful Bluetooth development and deployment, and particularly the significant technological advancements rolled out with Bluetooth low energy over the past few years.

Join Tina Jeffrey, product manager at QNX Software Systems, Rajanikant Mohan, director of short range wireless business at Mindtree Limited, and OpenSystems Media as we take a close look at the nuts and bolts of this leading short-range wireless technology, and the factors developers should consider when selecting a Bluetooth stack for their next embedded system.

Estimated length:

1 hour, including Q & A.

Attend this webinar to learn about:
  •   Bluetooth protocols, and profiles used for different market use cases
  •  IEEE 11073 Continua stack for medical applications
  • Pros and cons of different approaches for integrating Bluetooth into an embedded design
  • Challenges developers are faced with during the integration process and strategies to address and overcome these
  • Other mindful considerations that lend to ease of development and speed time-to-market
Speaker biography
Tina Jeffrey, Product Manager, QNX Software Systems
Len Layton

In her role as product manager, Tina Jeffrey oversees several QNX products and initiatives, including the QNX CAR Platform for Infotainment, and Bluetooth middleware technology.

Tina has more than 20 years’ experience in the semiconductor and software industries. She has designed SoCs and ASICs, and has expertise in both product marketing and engineering strategy. Prior to joining QNX Software Systems in 2012, Tina was responsible for technical marketing of multimedia and image processors for automotive and consumer market segments.

Tina holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Ottawa.

Rajanikant Mohan, Director of Short Range Wireless Business, Mindtree Limited
Len Layton

As director of short range wireless business, Rajanikant Mohan is responsible for product management and business development for Mindtree Ltd.’s Bluetooth IP portfolio and related services offerings.

Rajani has more than 14 years of experience, primarily in the Semiconductor Industry. He brings experience in circuit design, product marketing and embedded system architecture. Prior to joining Mindtree Limited, Rajanikant was managing a portfolio of USB hubs targeting the communication and consumer market segment. He also brings extensive experience in new product development and launch of product solutions targeting OEMs and ODMs.

His education qualifications include an MS(EE) from Arizona State University and an MBA from the Indian School of Business.

For more information about QNX, visit About QNX.

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