Huawei Bypasses Samsung As The World’s Most Profitable Android Smartphone Brand

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Video Description: Huawei overtakes Samsung to become the most profitable Android phone brand in the world. Huawei is now the second largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. This cell phone giant started in 1987 as a humble electronics company. Over the past 30 years, this Shenzhen-based electronics company has grown to one of the largest firms in the world and a leader in telecoms and smartphones. The companies cell phones now rival the best in the world while still maintaining very competitive pricing which has been key to their success.

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Estimote indoor location SDK tutorial Objective C

Using the Estimote indoor location SDK and Objective-C learn how to utilize micro-location awareness for your applications.

GPS is great but provides a macro awareness, so you can get directions to a mall but what happens when you enter a mall? GPS doesn’t know where in the mall you are, so in comes micro location awareness. Utilizing BLE and beacons the Estimote indoor location SDK makes this extremely easy and extremely powerful. Now in an indoor location such as a mall you can provide directions to the nearest stores the customers want to go. There are a ton of ways to make this SDK benefit you!

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Britain’s Gatwick Airport now has 2,000 beacons for indoor navigation

Complex indoor environments just like air-ports and department stores could be a bad dream to find your way around. And even though Google is hunting phones with 3D sensors as one possible solution for places GPS won’t correctly reach, another approach is to kit out an interior with a lot of Bluetooth beacons – giving phone users located-locked pings to fix onto to recognise exactly where they’re.

The UK’s second busiest airport, Gatwick airport, has chosen the second approach to power an indoor navigation system it’s launching as an element of a bigger, multi-year transformation program.

It’s currently completed kitting out its two terminals with roughly 2,000 battery-powered beacons in order that digital map users will get a more precise blue dot as they go around. The beacon system will also be utilized to power an augmented reality wayfinding tool – to ensure that mobile users can be guided to a particular locations within the terminals with on-screen arrows. The beacon system is scheduled as backing up positioning with +/-3m precision.

Gatwick is planning to integrate indoor positioning into some of its applications, and says it’s in discussions with airlines to make use of it for their own applications and services – giving example of them the ability to send push notifications to warn travelers if they’re running late, or even consider if they should wait or offload luggage so an airplane can take off on time.

Stores and other third parties will also be able to use the system for proximity detection of potential clients and push marketing and advertising messages – at least to those who’ve opted in to receive them.

Gatwick says it will not be gathering any personal information using the beacons but says “generic information on ‘people densities’ in different beacon zones” will be utilized to assist in improving airport operations – just like queue measurement, streamlining passenger flows and lessening traffic jam.

The airport has worked with UK start-up Pointr on the system. And also developing software and managing the system on an ongoing basis, Pointr is providing an SDK with support for 3D AR wayfinding to enable third parties to get into functionality.

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