Find out more about the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) qualification process to promote proper use of Bluetooth technology and trademarks. Learn how UL can guide you through the process from start to finish. Make sure you’re up to date on the latest Bluetooth requirements to assist with quick and easy qualification.
After qualifying and/or during your development process, discover how UL’s interoperability services, such as Amazon Works with Alexa (WWA) Badge Certification, Samsung Works With Smart Things (WWST) Certification, Wi-Fi router compatibility, Wi-Fi reconnection robustness, Wi-Fi client protocol, Wi-Fi connectivity, Wi-Fi client 2.4GHz, Smart device connectivity, Application Functionality for iOS/Android, Bluetooth IOP (Interoperability) connectivity, Automotive infotainment IOP, Google Services, Apple MFi (Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad), Amazon Made for Kindle, Verizon Bluetooth Handset Certification, can help you understand how your product will perform once it reaches the end user. Interoperability addresses product performance from the user documentation and setup process to connection reliability and claimed feature functionality.
These services can benefit your product’s reception in the market and help you earn high ratings and positive reviews.
These combined services can assist you in selling your products in a competitive market and create brand loyalty with consumers.
Why should you join the webinar?
Learn more about:
- The Bluetooth SIG qualification process
- What’s new in the Bluetooth space?
- What is interoperability?
- Why do I need interoperability?
- How UL can help
- Additional UL offerings