Proximity Beacons

Houston Proximity Beacons offers a wide range of hardware, software and proximity services designed to enable hyper-proximity, micro-location engagement capabilities and analytics in today's leading mobile apps, products and technologies.

 

Charge includes 3 Proximity Beacons and set up fee.  After first month you will be charged the recurring monthly hosting fee.

 

Charge includes 5 Proximity Beacons and set up fee.  After first month you will be charged the recurring monthly hosting fee.

Charge includes 10 Proximity Beacons and set up fee.  After first month you will be charged the recurring monthly hosting fee.

 

 
 
 
 
 

The small but mighty NFC tag is a literal ‘touch’ point for access and action.

A simple touch with an Android phone activates an NFC tag. It’s one of the simplest things for people to do when they find something they want more information or they’re ready to take action.

From previewing websites to turning on lights to unlocking doors, a simple touch can power interactions.

NFC (Near Field Communication) tags are a precision touchpoint but have the drawback of not yet being supported on iOS. The benefits, however, may outweigh that drawback:

  • Can be activated by any Android phone (there are 800 million+ of them out there).
  • They don’t require batteries. Instead, they get their power from the electromagnetic field created in proximity to a smartphone. See how NFC works.
  • Enables the subject precision afforded by having touch as the user interface.
  • Gives marketers the flexibility to use a digital TouchPoint where touch is the most appropriate for the subject or environment.

 
 

The new QR experience is browsable.

With instant previews of destination content, QR is safer, more private and faster. Because users have full previews in advance, there are no wasted taps between content.

Let’s face it: QR codes have a bad rap – deservedly so. They offer a poor user experience. Typically, people don’t know where they’ll go until they scan the code, and then the content is of no value nine out of 10 times. Who wants to use something with that success rate? Well, we fixed that.


 

For info on QR and FNC contact us below.

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