In Android 4.3, you can now write applications that use Bluetooth LE. Your application can now connect to heart monitors, as well as temperature sensors using Bluetooth LE.
- What is Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE)
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Central and Peripherals
- GATT server and GATT client
- Services and Characteristics
- Testing for Bluetooth LE support in your Android devices
- Scanning for Bluetooth LE devices
- Communicating with Bluetooth LE sensors
- What is iBeacon
- Detecting iBeacons
- Building Location Based Services applications using iBeacon
At the end of the course, you will learn:
• How to communicate with Bluetooth Low Energy devices (such as temperature sensors and heart rate monitors) from your Android applications.
• How to build location-aware applications using iBeacon.
• Attended the Foundation of Android Programming course
• Android device running at least 4.3 and supports Bluetooth LE (required)
• Android ADT Bundle
• S$699 (nett; No GST)
Download course outline and application here.
• 7 Nov 2013 (Thu)
• 12 Dec 2013 (Thu)
Bayview Hotel Singapore
30 Bencoolen Street