Bluetooth Low Energy in the Wild Dataset

Abstract

In 2015, we performed a study to learn which Bluetooth Low Energy peripheral devices were most prevalent among consumers, as well as which services these devices provided and utilized in practice. Additionally, we sought to investigate the real-world usage of standard Bluetooth services versus custom protocols among developers. The study involved a continuous month-long scan taken on two floors of an academic building. The resulting dataset consists of scan results from approximately 3000 unique devices.

Publication
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Data Acquisition To Analysis
Meghan Clark
Meghan Clark
Postdoctoral Scholar

My research interests include sensor networks, radio communications, and network monitoring.