Crownstone energy consumption in standby
The Crownstones use very little power themselves. This means that they can operate as standby killers.
iOS advertisements in the background
Developers have a hard time to cope with iOS advertisements as soon as the app goes into the background mode. However, it is possible to scan for devices, it just requires more in-depth knowledge.
Switchcraft and dimming!
We have been testing the dimming behavior extensively and are rolling this out as we speak. Yes, LED dimming as well!
The internet of stolen things
A bike of other object can have an iBeacon attached to it. If Crownstones are strategically positioned they can help scanning for these beacons when such an object is stolen.
Flex energy arriving?
A nerd discussing Bluetooth Mesh
Thermostats and energy labels fail!
Thermostats and energy labels are not what they should be. A technology that works is zoned heating. In the meantime we got our Bluetooth certification!
A meshy mess
Watch out with wiring in your home!
Does Alexa have skills?
Do you want fancy light bulbs? Think again!
The devilish dilemma of supporting Android and iOS with BLE
Deliveries in full swing
Delivering Crownstone plugs! After a very busy time just before and during the holidays we shipped!
A signal from outer space!
Lots of boxes arriving!
Why is engineering of the utmost importance?
They broke the mould
Dimming random devices with the Crownstone
Inertia energy balance management system
Recognize that fridge!
Human SLAM, Indoor localization using particle filters
I'm Busy: the app that keeps up your status
Crownstone. What is it? Students find out!
Smart Product for Weight Loss
Attaching a MicroView to the Crownstone
Programming the nRF51822 with the ST-link
The making of the Virtual Memo
Linux and BLE
BLE, doBeacon, a Virtual Memo
A nonparametric Bayesian lesson
Sportopia, friends are your best coach!
RFduino without RFduino code
IRC, XMPP and WhatsApp
Introduction to One-Class Support Vector Machine
Extreme Learning Machines
Visualizing accelerometer data
Particle filter for tracking
Echo State Networks
In the spotlight, Linux!
The renormalization group on networks, an introduction
Reprogrammable Remote Control dongles