Online / 5 & 6 February 2022


Bluetooth beyond Digital Contact Tracing

Using Bluetooth for wider public healthcare improvements

The Herald Project created a reliable API for data exchange used in nations' COVID-19 Digital Contact Tracing applications. The same Bluetooth LE and MESH technology can be used to improve healthcare operations - replacing aging pagers, finding healthcare equipment, navigating through complex environments, and in wearables for personal healthcare monitoring.

This presentation talks about the use of the Herald API beyond Digital Contact Tracing, using a mix of opensource software, hardware, and data. This can be used to implement public health policy whilst respecting individual freedoms, including freedom of movement internationally.


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