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CSRmesh™ FAQs

Since CSR launched CSRmesh™ a year ago, I have met with people from the world over who are all interested in learning more about it. As more and more developers look to bring easy to use and attractive IoT and smart home products to market, it means more and more questions about the solution head my way. I thought it would be useful to list . . .

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CSR Lights Up Las Vegas Nightlife with 1,000 CSRmesh™ Connected Glow Sticks

Although the conversations about Bluetooth® Smart at CES 2015 earlier this month centered around the connected home, the possibilities it provides go far beyond it. CSRmesh™ enables a single mobile device to control a nearly unlimited number of Bluetooth Smart enabled devices that are networked together. At our Connected World exhibit at CES 2015, we demonstrated the role that CSRmesh™ will play in the Internet of . . .

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Keep track of your personal belongings with PebbleBee Bluetooth® Smart Tag

PebbleBee is a Bluetooth®-enabled tracking tag that uses the single-chip CSR1010™ to help its customers never lose their personal belongings again. Its Kickstarter campaign struck up over 3,000 backers contributing over $200,000 – ten times the original target – to help make the vision a reality. Founder and CEO David Daoura spoke to CSR to give his insight on how Bluetooth Smart is helping bring . . .

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Internet of Things enabler CSRmesh™ named CES Innovation Awards Honoree

I’m pleased to announce that CSR has been named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree in recognition of our CSRmesh™ protocol.  Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the trade media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting edge consumer electronics products. We believe CSRmesh will truly revolutionise development of not just . . .

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Secure smart lighting: CSRmesh™ leading the way for secure home automation

Many readers may have come across this story regarding a brand of connected LED light bulbs which can be hacked to change the lighting, and worse, to reveal the homeowner’s Wi-Fi® Internet password. It’s a serious issue, and it has illuminated (pardon the pun) that security needs to be considered in depth when Internet of Things (IoT) devices are being developed. On this note, I thought . . .

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