Bluenet is code running on Crownstone compatible devices such as electronic connectors, electronic EU plugs and grid-powered beacons, Guidestones. Each Crownstone or Guidestone is a node in a network that uses signal strength for indoor localization of smartphones and wearables.
- Made for indoor localization.
- Includes a mesh network.
- Power measuring.
- iBeacon compliant.
- Configurable over the air.
To use a device with bluenet code on it, you only need to know the Bluetooth protocol that bluenet uses. You can find the protocol definitions in the protocol document.
To build the bluenet code yourself, follow the installation instructions.
A short list for a quick overview:
|Bluenet firmware||This repository, open-source firmware (C++) for smart plugs|
|Bluenet documentation||Documentation of the firmware (doxygen-based)|
|Android library||Android library (Kotlin)|
|iOS library||iOS library (Swift)|
|Python library||Python library|
|Crownstone website||Website and shop for the Crownstone products|
|Crownstone Android app||Android app on the Play Store|
|Crownstone iOS app||iOS app on the Apple Store|
|Crownstone app source||Source code for the cross-platform app (React Native)|
This code is used in a commercial product, the Crownstone. Our intellectual property exists on two levels:
- The hardware is patented under Dutch law with the main aim to protect you as a developer against fraudulent claims.
- The software in these repositories allow developers to build a complete indoor localization system. We do have pro-versions of e.g. the basic indoor localization library to be used by other companies under a commercial license.
Summarized, as a developer you can build your own services on top of the Crownstone stack. Benefit from our software development as much as you want! For PR reasons, it would be much appreciated to if you mention us of course!
There are many ways to help us!
- Crownstone sells the Crownstone products through our own channels. Buying our products is the best way in which you can support open-source projects like these!
- Crownstone also integrates their hardware technology in third-party products, ranging from lights to desks. Ask us for our expertise!
- If you want to contribute yourself, please do! Fork this repository, work on your favorite feature, and issue a pull request!
- If you appreciate open-source and privacy-oriented hardware projects, but you're not into this type of tech or product, feel free to help by starring
Bart van Vliet
Anne van Rossum
Alex de Mulder
Peet van Tooren
Arend de Jonge
Copyrights belong to the team of Crownstone B.V. and are provided under a noncontagious open-source license:
- Authors: Dominik Egger, Bart van Vliet, Anne van Rossum, Marc Hulscher, Peet van Tooren, Alex de Mulder, Christian Haas, Naveen Chakravarthy, Aniket Samant
- Creation date: 27 Jan. 2014
- Triple-licensed: LGPL v3+, Apache, MIT
- Crownstone B.V., https://crownstone.rocks
- Stationsplein 45 d1.118, 3013 AK Rotterdam, The Netherlands
This code is built on the shoulders of giants. Our special thanks go to Christopher Mason for the initial C++ code base at http://hg.cmason.com/nrf and Trond Einar Snekvik, department of Engineering Cybernetics at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (and Nordic Semiconductor) for the meshing functionality (OpenMesh) and Nordic Semiconductor for the beautiful SoftDevices they have developed. The code of Mason falls under the same triple license. The code by Nordic falls under the license from Nordic (and that code is not part of this repository).