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ID: 30150, Building Connected Apps - Delphi XE7 Bluetooth LE TI Sensor Tag

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Sample Delphi XE7 / Object Pascal source code projects for the "RAD in Action: Building Connected Apps with Bluetooth and App Tethering" webinar white paper - Access Bluetooth LE TI SensorTag(CC2541)
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Sample Delphi XE7 / Object Pascal source code projects for the "RAD in Action: Building Connected Apps with Bluetooth and App Tethering" webinar white paper - Access Bluetooth LE TI SensorTag(CC2541)

RAD in Action: Building Connected Apps with Bluetooth and App Tethering
Al Mannarino - Embarcadero Technologies
Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Join Embarcadero Technologies' Al Mannarino for a presentation and demonstration on how App Tethering and Bluetooth can be used to create exciting and new Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with distributed, connected apps.

Useful IoT apps are not stand-alone mobile apps, but are distributed over several tiers, gadgets and devices such as operating system platforms including Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, as well as middle-ware, cloud, servers, and enterprise services. Bluetooth integrates IoT into an app solution. With App Tethering you can also breathe new life into existing desktop applications by extending them to include IoT.

Here's what you will learn:

1) Capture Bluetooth LE data directly from a temperature and heart rate sensor

2) Use App Tethering to build a connected app and create a distributed IoT solution

3) Analyze the data lifecycle of an IoT solution to understand the possible data management and app logic tiers

Virtually all industries can immediately benefit from building connected apps, such as retail, food services, health care, manufacturing and industrial automation, and the applications are limitless!

Watching this video will provide you with valuable information that will help you deliver highly innovative IoT solutions that your users and customers will love.

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