BPM and proximity detection solutions

putting proximity in your business process models

BPM engines fit at best , for some category of use cases, for the modeling (and runtime processing) of proximity detection events. When available, BPM models can be also used to identify where to inject location based services in existing processes or simply to answer the question if at all, proximity based services may be an option in a corporate landscapeMore...

The sensebright platform

Putting digital signage and proximity detection under the same roof
Digital signage solutions and Beacons follow a similar goal i.e. bring information to specific target locations. BeaconZone and Screenery forming the
the sensebright platform, provide the infrastructure and facility to combine both approaches.More...

Generic proximity detection models with iBeacons

Architecture overview taken from the making of BeaconZone, the generic iBeacons platform

In this post, the focus is given to some aspects of the architecture applied in our live iBeacons platform (BeaconZone) currently running in Zurich. Since the launch in November 2014, 25 independent locations, spread around a district in Zurich, participate in the pilot phase of the project and have been equipped with BLE 4.0 components (iBeacons.)

IBeacons Content Management

iBeacons and BLE proximity detection belongs today to every innovative and modern business and ignoring the potential also imply missing one of the major and leading trends of the coming months.

In this document, the aim is to focus on the content management aspects of an IBeacons solution and is based on the experience and findings collected during the design and implementation of BeaconZone, an iBeacons based platform currently running in Zurich.

Expectations management for IBeacons Projects - Part 1

Indoor positioning using Bluetooth Low Energy Components is a technology and trend of extreme high interest these days and IBeacons is the Apple trademark and solution enabling to easily implement indoors proximity detection Applications within IOS applications.

In this paper, the aim is not to provide (again) technical details about IBeacons as such since this is a subject that is largely covered, on a daily basis, on the internet by quite a number of excellent tutorials and articles but rather to focus on some underlying aspects that typically arise after the euphoric first phase of seeing a running IBeacons detection on a developer device (this takes roughly 20 minutes) or after a showcase demonstration event.More...