Bluetooth SIG Forms New Fitness Working Group
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group today announced the creation of the Sports and Fitness Working Group. The new working group's focus will be to improve the way Bluetooth-enabled sports and fitness sensor products interact with devices such as smartphones, smart watches, and gym equipment. All the sensors and devices involved in the effort with use the Bluetooth 4.0 specification, which allows them to operate on small batteries but still share information in real time. The Sports and Fitness Working Group is accepting new members. The working group may eventually yield news use scenarios for fitness-related sensors and mobile devices.
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