How to Create an Low-Power Bluetooth LE Asset Tag

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  • Author: Bruno Damien

Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) is considered the dominant choice for connectivity for asset tracking applications, representing approximately 50% of the market.RFID technology is still used in some tags and labels, but offers limited capabilities and cannot provide active information about events happening to the asset. In this paper, RFID is not considered for use in tracking systems, but remains a viable solution for identification applications requiring scanning and human intervention without data logging.

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