January 2020 Newsletter: Ribbon Cutting to Bluetooth 5.0 Range Testing

Black Fire Innovation Official Ribbon Cutting

It was a great day for a ribbon-cutting ceremony! We’re beyond excited to partner and collaborate with Black Fire Innovation — Driving Innovation in Gaming, Hospitality & Entertainment.

“As the first flagship tech hub in the 122-acre UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park, Black Fire Innovation will offer a first-of-its-kind integrated resort and casino innovation lab. By bringing together student ingenuity, cutting-edge resources and key strategic partners, Black Fire Innovation will spark industry-disrupting collaboration.” — Black Fire Innovation.

This public-private collaboration between Caesars Entertainment Corporation and the University of Nevada-Las Vegas is an amazing feat of accelerating tech into hospitality, gaming, and entertainment. We’re grateful to lend our expertise to this initiative in our home state of Nevada.


A Range Test of Bluetooth 5.0 for Robot Remote Control

One of our specialities is Bluetooth technology, so we’ve put together a technical case study of our range test produced by our very own Eric Goodman, Sr. Embedded Systems Engineer.

“Breadware’s challenge was to see if the new Bluetooth 5.0 had extended range enough to be used as a robot remote control.”

Read on to learn about a surprising discovery in our challenge, approach, and solution to Bluetooth 5.0 Range Test with robot remote controls.

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[Free Download] Product Development Cycle

With Breadware’s guide: IoT Product Development in 4 Smart Steps, you can plan, prototype and get to market faster, easier, and on budget.

Some of us are experts in the industry, some are still a little green. No matter where you fall in your career path — you’ll find something useful in our free ebook.

We’ve included our breakdown of a typical product development cycle, included unique case studies, and much more!


Now That CES Has Come And Gone …

Was it epic? You bet. Are we still recovering from CES 2020? You know it. We don’t have a recap, but we can tell you we’ll be at a few upcoming events:

If you want to talk about your next IoT initiative, reach out and let’s schedule a meeting!