White paper – Are smart beacons the next step in the third industrial revolution?

White paper – Are smart beacons the next step in the third industrial revolution? Technology continues to expand at a phenomenal rate, directly impacting the way we go about our day-to-day lives. In less than a decade, wireless connectivity, the Internet of Things (IoT), smart devices and apps have become the norm.

We have quickly adapted to these new ways of commerce, entertainment and travel. This change, known as the 'third industrial revolution' is gaining momentum and smart beacons are the next step in this journey, further changing the way we access information.

In our latest white paper we look at how smart beacons and Bluetooth Low Energy technology will drive further change, adding yet more convenience to our everyday lives.

Using air travel as an example, we analyse how new technology will further enhance and change our experiences, from initially searching for flights, to booking tickets and even finding gate details when we are at the airport.

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