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iBeacon Implementation in Fullerton for Attendance Tracking

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Since the last 2016, iBeacon hasn’t stopped in widen their implementation. With iBeacon is stepping in industrial Internet of Things, the application can be started everywhere. For example is in University. California State University Fullerton has currently implemented iBeacon technology in their classroom to track students’ attendance and location. With ...

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Cubeacon Backend is Shuting Down by February 2017

Founder of Cubeacon : Tiyo Avianto

For almost 2 years, Cubeacon has been managing backend service for iBeacon developers. Include providing free access to Backend as a Service to manage iBeacon devices for developers who has purchased Cubeacon. With Backend as a Service that we’ve built, we hope that it will help every developers to implement ...

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Cubeacon Won Gold Award at ASEAN ICT Award

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November 25th, 2016 – Brunei Darussalam. Cubeacon received Gold Award in ASEAN ICT Award 2016 in category Private Sector. The award is held in Brunei Darussalam inviting all the ministers of communication of ASEAN country. Giving the best innovation of each country an award for appreciation. This year, Cubeacon won ...

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Comparison between RFID and Beacon

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How a beacon works is mostly will remind people with RFID. Pretty similar integration makes people forgot to realize the comparison between RFID and Beacon. In fact, both have many different things in term of range to network type. Here is an infographic that will help you understand about comparison ...

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iBeacon Solution to Keep Firefighter Safe

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Running into burning building is just another day for firefighter. Mostly when everyone tries to get out from the fire, they run to the building and save lives. Being firefighter can be dangerous if you cannot get a technology that can help them while saving other lives. Department of Homeland ...

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