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Press: Beacons could transform how your business works

Recently, Mubaloo announced the launch of the Mubaloo Innovation Lab which, due to continuous R&D, evolved from MiBeacons to offer IoT solution and location technology. With early interest in this technology being used in retail, we spoke to SouthWest Business to vouch for its relevance in transforming the way businesses operate.

Following the launch of Mubaloo’s new Innovation Lab, Gemma Coles, Mike Crooks and Tom Hallam sat down with Gavin Thompson from the Bristol Post to discuss what Mubaloo Innovation Lab is doing with hyperlocal technologies in the enterprise.

A year ago beacons were being talked about as the next big thing. Apple’s iBeacons are devices placed in a physical location which sends signals that can be picked up by anyone with the right app.

The retail world got rather excited. Beacons would enhance the shopping experience. Restaurants could alert passers-by to today’s special, fashion stores could tell you the price, designer and even place where the garments you were looking at were made.

You might find that useful. You might find it annoying. You might not find it at all as so far it hasn’t taken off. The main hurdle is that for the iBeacon to be able to tell you anything, you have to download an app.

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