Bluetooth Expert Consulting Services

The Bluetooth standard promises many great features: low-power, low-latency, high throughput, long range, security, privacy, location services, mesh networking, and much more. While these features all sound great, how do you go about actually implementing the features that you need in a reliable manner? Once you start to dig into the details, you’ll run into a mess of acronyms such as GATT, GAP, and BR/EDR, and terms such as ‘smart beacons’, ‘secure simple pairing’, and ‘resolvable private addresses’. In addition, the sheer number of chipsets, modules, and software stacks that are out there can be overwhelming, making it a challenge to find the right components for your system. And to make things even more complicated, the Bluetooth ecosystem is constantly evolving, with new versions of the core specification, new profile specifications, and regular changes in Bluetooth feature support on iOS and Android.

SwaraLink Technologies understands Bluetooth, and can help to make sure that your product is designed properly from the beginning

Component Selection

We are embedded software experts with experience developing products for the consumer, industrial, medical, and automotive markets. We have expertise in all aspects of the software, including low-level drivers, custom communications protocols, and algorithms for optimized use of the Bluetooth stack. Whether you are looking for complete application development or help in one specific area, we are ready to serve you.

System Engineering

Of course, we will test and verify any software that we develop for your product, but how about testing for hardware defects on a per-unit basis? We can develop software and provide you with the tools and processes necessary for automated hardware verification, including RF performance, power consumption, and proper functionality of on-board components.


The Bluetooth core specification provides multiple features enabling encryption, authentication, access control, and privacy. We can help you to implement any of these features, and can even develop additional security layers that go beyond the specifications (e.g. signed firmware updates, application-layer authentication).