OpenSynergy’s Blue SDK RapidLaunch for Linux is a Linux-based framework for powerful and efficient Bluetooth development on any Linux distribution. It is based on OpenSynergy’s Blue SDK Bluetooth protocol stack and suite of automotive-based profiles. Blue SDK RapidLaunch reduces the complexity of developing a Bluetooth solution on Linux by consolidating the rich number of APIs associated with the native stack and profile sets into a condensed set of powerful, yet simple to use APIs. RapidLaunch easily handles complex use cases such as concurrent multi-profile use as well as multiple device connections. RapidLaunch takes care of the heavy lifting when it comes to Bluetooth development.
Additional software components to be used with Blue SDK RapidLaunch for Linux
Linux Bluetooth® Integration complexity is easily managed
Blue SDK RapidLaunch for Linux incorporates code that significantly reduces the number of APIs that are required in terms of controlling both the Bluetooth® profile and stack operation. Building on the Linux Quickstart features (transport interfaces, audio integration, PTY integration for serial port, and logging services) found in Blue SDK, RapidLaunch also provides DBUS objects that permit easy access to the Bluetooth® API from various application contexts.
Interoperability with mobile devices
Dealing with mobile phone interoperability is one of the most challenging and costly aspects to account for when developing a Bluetooth® automotive product. OpenSynergy’s highly experienced Bluetooth® development team has taken into account the challenge of interoperability, reducing the engineering risk significantly. This application framework can accelerate time to market by reducing issues related to inter-device operation.
Fully integrated with Blue SDK and automotive profiles
The Bluetooth® stack (Blue SDK) and suite of automotive profiles (see list above) have been pre-integrated with RapidLaunch, reducing both development effort and cost, resulting in a decreased time to market. The Blue SDK and Profiles are individual SDKs that are purchased separately.