Laird's BT900-US Bluetooth dongle is grabbing headlines across the globe.
Electronic Info's online news sections says, "The dual-mode dongle is ideal to convert legacy devices for application and use in the upcoming Internet of Things (IoT) and the Connected Hospital without complicated installation or software support requirements."
The website also mentions Laird's use of the innovative smartBASIC programming language to reduce programming risks and speed time to market.
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Laird is selected to join the Encompass™ Product Partner Program (Americas) for Rockwell Automation.
According to the Rockwell Automation website:
"Through Encompass Product Partners, manufacturers can quickly locate complementary products that best solve application challenges. These products are critical components or connectivity solutions that extend and enhance Rockwell Automation installations.
The Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork program is comprised of leading suppliers, distributors, system integrators, and machine and equipment builders. The program aims to simplify the supply chain, advance innovations in project design, and improve collaboration among...Read More
Amid more than 73,000 attendees at the Electronica 2014 trade show in Munich, Germany, one of Laird's newest innovations was featured as a top 10 standout product. The BT900 Bluetooth module was launched on the first day of the event, and quickly attracted a lot of attention.
Wireless Design and Development created a video covering the "best wireless and RF devices." You can watch the full video by clicking the link below. Look for number 7!
The BT900 allows anyone to quickly and easily add Bluetooth capabilities to their embedded device such as a bar code scanner or medical device. For more information about the BT900 series, ...Read More
Dateline Holly, Michigan: Promoting a solid educational foundation for children around the world is a priority for Laird. In December of 2014, Laird partnered with 13 suppliers and distributors to present $10,300 to the Flint, Michigan Chamber of Commerce YouthQuest program. YouthQuest is a comprehensive, free afterschool program that serves more than 2,000 K-12 students in 18 area schools addressing a critical need for high quality afterschool programs. The funds will be used by YouthQuest to purchase STEM curriculums and STEM based field trips throughout the community.
The story made headlines around the...Read More