Bluetooth technology provides full-stack solutions for specific purposes and continues to work to meet the growing demand for wireless interconnection. Bluetooth technology has expanded from the original audio transmission to the low-power data transmission. Today, Bluetooth technology can meet the demand for location services and reliable large-scale device network solutions.
For the Bluetooth location service, we usually use the BLE Beacon tags. BLE Beacon is the tool of the first choice for developers. It can help create proximity solutions for landmark information and item tracking, as well as positioning systems for asset tracking and navigation.
What’s the Bluetooth Low Energy Beacon tags used for?
1. Anti-lost, More and more consumers post Bluetooth Beacon tags on keys, wallets, handbags and other individuals, on the property, to help you locate lost items.
2. Asset tracking, Bluetooth technology is advancing the rapid growth of real-time location service (RTLS) solutions for asset and inventory tracking, helping to increase productivity and reduce costs.
3. Navigation, The Bluetooth Indoor Positioning System (IPS) has quickly become an indoor GPS solution that can help visitors navigate in complex environments.
4. Access control, whether it is used to unlock cars or improve workplace security through access control to dangerous and important industrial sites, Bluetooth technology will replace key cards.