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What You Need to Integrate With Eddystone

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Named after an England lighthouse, Eddystone, Google have joined beacon space. The beacon space that was started from Apple with the name iBeacon on 2013, now has one more family. So, yes. Eddystone is technically  beacon. It broadcasts Bluetooth signal and deliver notification. Then what makes it different with iBeacon? ...

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Eddystone Trial at Airport

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Glenn Tinley, Mexia Interactive’s President, revealed that Eddystone beacons are already being tested in the Mexia lab, and “we are also beginning testing in three airports, although not public tests as yet”. Public tests in airports could happen as soon as Q4, he said. Tinley is predicting higher beacon adoption ...

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Eddystone – What You Need to Know

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Google joining beacon area is not something surprising actually. The other tech giants also launched their beacon too and joining beacon parade in the world. But what makes us questioning is why Google just released it on the mid of July? Why Google is late? iBeacon technology has already given ...

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Eddystone – iBeacon on the Next Level

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Eddystone is an open format from Google that takes the primary capability of beacons—their ability to broadcast a unique number via short-range Bluetooth signals—and extends it to an impressive degree. What does that mean? Here are some differences of Eddystone and iBeacon, the well-known beacon format from Apple. iBeacon is ...

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Eddystone is More Open than iBeacon

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Named after Eddystone Lighthouse, Google has launched new Internet of Things stuff. Google’s Eddystone is an open source cross-platform Bluetooth LE (BLE) beacon format. Where Apple’s iBeacon technology which is in the same BLE space, is a closed platform. Beacons can be thought of as battery or electricity-powered Internet of Things source ...

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