iBeacon can be used to trigger proximity-based actions, and we present 5 IoT-based iPhone mobile app development services that can be designed using iBeacon.
1. iBeacon for Shopping in Store
iBeacon gained traction with the retail revolution it brought about by rolling out push notifications in its 254 stores across the USA, giving them information related to in-store purchases and offers. With BLE sensors installed within the stores, as soon as the shopper enters the store, based on their profile, past purchase history and current offers, push notifications are sent, guiding the shopper using their iPhone device.
2. iBeacon in Event Management
Event management companies are using virtual guides on iPhone and iPad to inform visitors about the event schedule, itinerary and objects on display. For instance, in case of a photography exhibition, the visitor can get complete photographer bio and details of the photograph and even place an order or bookmark it for revisit. The beacon technology itself is being used extensively in sports arenas in diverse ways, right from giving ticket