Bluetooth® mesh is ideally suited for commercial lighting and other large-scale networks where tens, hundreds, or thousands of devices need to reliably and securely communicate with one another.
Bluetooth mesh networking is the low-power wireless solution that makes smart building automation a reality, even in commercial and industrial environments where scalability, reliability, and security requirements are highest.
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This comprehensive technology overview examines the key concepts and terminology, system architecture, and security mechanisms, as well as the unique message publication and delivery technique behind Bluetooth mesh networking.Get the Overview
Bluetooth mesh networking brings the multi-vendor interoperability, low power, and low latency pedigree of Bluetooth Low Energy to the world of commercial lighting. Discover how this innovative technology can turn wireless connectivity into a smart lighting wireless platform.Get the Paper
The Bluetooth mesh networking specifications define requirements to enable an interoperable many-to-many mesh networking solution for Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) wireless technology. Start innovating with Bluetooth mesh.DOWNLOAD THE MESH SPECIFICATIONS
The addition of mesh to the Bluetooth standard will open up significant opportunities for richer experiences in smart homes and building automation, enabling fresh waves of innovation across a range of IoT applications. Low-power connectivity is essential to bringing the next generation of secure IoT devices to life.
As a founding member of the Bluetooth SIG and a leading supplier of low-power Bluetooth semiconductor solutions, Toshiba is excited and supportive of Bluetooth mesh and recent Bluetooth 5 standards announcements and activities. Together, these standards significantly increase the range and robustness of Bluetooth, extending its use to many new consumer, industrial, energy, and commercial applications, while maintaining backwards compatibility to the billions of Bluetooth enabled phones, tablets, and PCs that are already in the market.