On tap for today’s roundtable, the panel discusses the state of locations and beacons. Moderator Stephen Foskett asks the panel to consider how location services factor into the greater enterprise mobility landscape. This goes from using beacons to give turn-by-turn navigation indoors to using location to cue print jobs. Often the backend of these application has been available for a while, but now new use cases are emerging.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new version of its most diminutive computer, the Raspberry Pi Zero W. The $10 compute now includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, making it an ideal starting point for the home IoT tinkerer.
Dennis Sellers shares some of the news on the Bluetooth 5 specification. Bluetooth is the TGI Friday’s of technology: there’s generally not a lot genuinely bad, but there’s nothing to really entice me to use it, other than availability.
Shaun Neal of Contextual Intelligence comments: In case you missed it, Aruba Networks, an HP Enterprise Company announced the availability of their new Aruba Sensor product this week. This was spoken about at Atmosphere back in March, but then had seemingly disappeared. This new sensor enables Aruba Network’s Meridian cloud analytics and wayfinding solution and […]