Leverage the battery life of Bluetooth without the headache of integration.

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) has traditionally relied on connections to mobile phones. By using Symphony Link-to-BLE bridge devices, you can manage BLE peripherals over a large area without relying on handsets.

Deploy sensor networks for a fraction of the cost of WiFi or cellular.

By using BLE connections as the last links in your sensor network, you can leverage low-cost chipsets from a mature ecosystem of suppliers and vendors.


Effortlessly send data to the cloud.

When BLE and Symphony Link combine, you can connect all sensor data for your wide-area industrial applications without sacrificing real-time bidirectional communication.

BLE Integration Use Cases

Utilize Real-Time Location System (RTLS) Asset Tracking Air Finder

Hospitals don’t want to be stuck spending $60 per asset tag when $2 asset tags are all they need. AirFinder allows real-time location systems to be installed in enterprise settings like hospitals at ten-times lower of a cost than the alternatives. By using Symphony Link for AirFinder RTLS, no IT integration is required, and the system can be installed in hours instead of months.

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Leverage Existing Low-Cost Sensor Technologies

Traditionally, if you wanted to wirelessly measure the pressure in 16 hydraulic lines and get that data to the cloud, you’d have to put expensive radio hardware on all of the lines. Today, you can select one of many Bluetooth-integrated sensors on the market, combine it with Symphony Link to backhaul the data, and automatically send it to a centrally located gateway. This is more cost effective and saves you the headache of determining data backhaul options.

Key Symphony Link Features

Firmware Upgrades
From The Cloud

Add features, fix bugs, and maintain deployed devices without physical access.

Real-Time Adaptive
Power & Data Rate

Improve data reliability in harsh industrial environments.


Extend the range and performance of your network at a fraction of the cost.


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