5 years, 3 months ago.

Any update to the BLE roadmap?

...since the Nov. 14, 2014, post: https://developer.mbed.org/forum/team-63-Bluetooth-Low-Energy-community/topic/5275/?

Would be willing to help, given the following:

  • Background: Used nRF51822 over the last year and a half on several projects, doing: all EE and HW design, PCB design, layout, and assembly (on several), all firmware, developed using Keil MDK, Segger J-Link, Nordic SDKs and S110 stack. Implemented a variety of BLE services and characteristics, standard and proprietary, GPS and MEMS sensors, LCD graphics, I2C, SPI and UART busses.
  • Current nRF51822 Projects (using mbed): Involving additional BLE services and characteristics, and more iOS app development to display, store and forward the device data and control device response.

I would be happy to discuss your current BLE roadmap and see if any of my current work would (or could be made to) contribute to satisfying your requirements.


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Bluetooth Low Energy (a.k.a Bluetooth LE, BTLE, Bluetooth Smart)

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5 years, 3 months ago.

Hi Mike,

What sort of information are you looking for? As you might have seen, we've been doing some work on improving our docs, and there are a bunch of interesting tasks around SoftDevice, APIs, etc, as well as of course the upcoming mbed 3.0

It might be interesting to point out that we've got a job opening for an engineer to work on the Bluetooth platform, the 'Duties' section is always a good way to see what we're planning!





  • Helping create and deliver our Bluetooth Low Energy roadmap
  • Developing the mbed SDK's Bluetooth APIs and HAL abstraction
  • Working with partners to help them integrate Bluetooth stacks into mbed and port mbed to their Bluetooth chips
  • Designing Bluetooth test procedures and integrating them into validation and system test suites
  • Learning from the problems developers face using Bluetooth and proposing tools to make these go away
  • Creating examples and tutorials on how to use these tools ...

Let us know if you're looking for more information!


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