Beacon Management


BlueRange offers vast opportunities in managing beacons and other IoT devices


Beacon Management as entrance to organized IoT

Beacon Management is considered a part of IoT (Internet of Things). It has evolved through Apple's invention of the ibeacon protocol in 2013. Since then, and based on the protocol, many vendors have since introduced devices generally called beacons.

This class of mobile IoT device can be applied in numerous areas and for several different reasons to create interactions with other devices. Whenever a small or a large number of beacons are being addressed and information is exchanged, it is considered as “beacon management”.

Beacon Management is the core element to successfully managing and controlling one or many large beacon environments. These so called Beacon meshes (comparable to a grid) create and consume many interactions between beacons, other mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, and web based platforms.

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    Online Cloud Platform

    BlueRange is available as cloud platform and allows you to gain and keep a detailed overview of all of your beacons and IoT devices.

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    Universal Access

    With BlueRange as cloud based service, you are able to access your platform and dashboard from everywhere and with every mobile device.


Organizations planning to conduct strategic IoT in the area of beacons and other sensors should carefully consider the best beacon management system used to control and scale their projects. A good beacon management system allows companies to manage an almost unlimited number of beacons, hundreds of thousands of beacon sites, and offers an easy-to-use rights and role managementvia a web console.

Beacon management helps business to deal with the complexity of handling many different use cases in large installations with countless interactions, which in turn generate large amounts of data. State of the art beacon management platforms should provide an excellent user experience so both management and staff intuitively understand how to use the console. The platform should be available as a SaaS and/or on-premise solution and have APIs to other platforms in order draw data or write data back into ERP, CRM or CMS platforms.

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