Beacons & BLE

Beacon

Beacon
Bluetooth Low Energy

Bluetooth Low Energy

This is the specification for one type of signal that beacons transmit. There are other types of signals that power beacons (e.g. audio signals) but Bluetooth LE has the advantage that it is low energy and is ‘native’ to most modern phones and tablets.

Multiple Devices

Multiple devices are capable to receipt the bluetooth’s beacon signal, so the user can use the tech regardless of the used platform.

Devices
Web Settings

Beacon Control

Manage all your Beacons and Notifications through secure, fast and reliable web dashboard. Its also the place for cool new future features.

Usage Examples

Smartphones that are in range are able to ‘hear’ the beacon’s signals and estimate their location very precisely, as well as communicate with the beacon to exchange data and information. Imagine a large shopping mall. Automatic notifications will guide users to their favorite shops. This technology provides mobiles apps a whole new level of location awareness without the power drain of GPS. Beacons give you the ability to precisely mark locations such as stores, exhibits, events, displays, and other locations with specific identifiers.

Utilities
Why Low Energy?
It’s called low-energy because it really is. BLE devices can run up to 2+ years with a single coin battery depending on the signal strenth and how frequent they broadcast information around.
Manage Beacons
Our platform allows you to centrally manage your beacon based content delivery network. Using our SDK and online command center, you can quickly integrate and execute micro-location programs across your locations.
Powerful Options
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