Jamie Leland, Technology Evangelist at Embedded Computing Design reviews the major features of the Thingy:52 Bluetooth 5 development kit from Nordic Semiconductor. From multiple onboard sensors to a Bluetooth API that enables over-the-air (OTA) software and firmware updates, the Thingy:52 kickstarts IoT projects for developers of any experience level.eletter-08-24-2017 eletter-08-25-2017
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