A new cloud-controlled iBeacon sensor has been created and launched via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week in the form of Live Beacon, which has been created by a developed by a team based in London.
Live Beacon is a small battery-powered Cloud control device that is capable of transmitting web content and notifications directly to smartphones within the local facility and supports both iOS and Android devices.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the applications Live Beacon has been designed for and how its unique features can help small businesses, attractions and other locations benefit from connecting with passing smartphone devices.
iBeacon is a technology (not a product) created by Apple. It enables developers (like us) to build hardware (beacons) and software that communicate via Bluetooth Low Energy. That may sound complicated, but the end result can actually be very simple…
Live Beacon is a small, battery-powered, cloud-controlled device that transmits web content and notifications to nearby smartphones. It broadcasts any web page, video or web app up to 30 meters (100 feet) and is easily updated using the included Cloud Portal. Live Beacon connects digital content with the physical world.
For more information on Live Beacon and to make a pledge from just £29 for a super early bird pledge, visit Kickstarter by clicking on the link below.