As you know, GSyC/LibreSoft recently completed the HDP/MCAP implementation on the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack, BlueZ 4.77. This implementation was integrated by Google in Android to allow the creation of mobile applications that use Bluetooth to communicate with health devices that support Bluetooth, such as heart-rate monitors, blood pressure monitors, thermometers or weigh scales.
On the other hand, GSyC/LibreSoft has been working (designing, implementing and testing) during the last years on a manager that complies the ISO/IEEE 11073-20601 standard promoted by the Continua Health Alliance. This implementation manages health devices through Bluetooth communication (HDP/MCAP).
It's a pleasure to report you the integration of our manager and the HDP/MCAP API that is offered in Android ICS 4.0.3. Furthermore, this implementation is ready to pass the tests for being officially certified with a pulse oximeter device specialization. You can see our implementation running with a real device in this video (blood pressure A&D UA-767PBT-C).
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