BLE allows Bluetooth devices to broadcast or receive tiny and static pieces of data within short distances. In simplistic words, it consists of two parts: a broadcaster (beacon device) and a receiver (smartphone + app).
Smartphone apps detect the BLE signal from a beacon and calculate the approximate distance to the beacon and act on the specific location – like presenting content to the smartphone user or find the user's position inside a building (where GPS won't work)
Mall owners can provide indoor navigation for customers, send push notifications for them and analyze the foot traffic in different parts of their mall.
Store owners can send push messages to the customers in the store to provide them with better information on the products, they also can run loyalty campaigns to encourage customers to visit the store more and stay longer.
Travelers in airports are able to set their destination in an app and navigate inside the airport, while they can receive notifications about arrival times and schedule changes.
Patients in hospital can find their way to their destination in app and get notifications about their health situation
Visitors of a museum can engage with exhibits through smart devices, automatically receiving age-appropriate content, images, and videos.
attendees can receive instant and proximity-based information about popular stages, water stations, updated schedules, and stand locations
Using beacons, notifications can be sent from billboards and physical signages in streets to passers-by.
Managers can track their assets in the warehouse. Workers can find packages in the warehouse faster and without wasting time
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