Since its four years ago, Zephyr has had a strong focus on Bluetooth and, in particular, on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Through contributions from the active and passionate open source Zephyr community, the Bluetooth specification as well as the design and development of BLE radio hardware, the protocol stack in Zephyr has grown to be mature and feature-rich.
At the Linux Foundation’s Open Source Summit North America in June, Martin Woolley, Senior Developer Relations Manager at Bluetooth SIG, gave a Bluetooth overview at the Zephyr Project’s Mini-Summit. If you missed it, you can check out the video below.
If you’d like to learn more about Bluetooth, check out the Bluetooth LE Security Study Guide. It examines key security issues, the features available for addressing them and provides code examples for Zephyr RTOS. Download it today: https://www.bluetooth.com/bluetooth-resources/le-security-study-guide/