Blue Tooth on Pico W first step

Sending randomly generated integers between PiCows with Bluetooth

You can find the code here:

It is rather ‘Quick and Dirty’ but appears to do the job.
It uses the UUIDs from the original code (Environmental sensing & Temperature) but sends randomly generated integers in the range 0 to 9999.
I’ve speeded it up by taking out many of delaying sleeps/loops but printing is still slowing it down a little.

You need a couple of Pico Ws to give it a try.

Next step is to use buttons to provide the data so that I can control a floor buggy.