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Smart devices are a portal between the physical world and the online world, and they’ve changed the way we live in both. What if everything around us could join us in the online world via some portal? While the necessary technology exists today, there is no economically viable means for physical Things to exist online.

reelyActive solves this problem with an accessible, plug-and-play infrastructure that connects Things to the cloud via the spaces in which we live. Anything can therefore connect to the Internet via an inexpensive device that lasts for years on a single battery charge.

Our technology uses an innovative approach to map devices in space, and supports current and emerging radio standards. We generate revenue through cloud service subscriptions and from device sales. Our team have 20 years experience building real-time location systems from the ground up. Our goal is to establish reelyActive as the de facto standard for connecting Things, with all the associated information passing through our cloud.
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3 days ago
Join us and @thesupapp at @D3Centre as we present how the #IoT is invisibly becoming a part of our daily lives. https://t.co/eqfMZHjgF0
@prxms deploys #BLE shopping cart tracking solution in Spain, providing #analytics: http://t.co/aEUlan1crS via @RFIDJournal cc #Place2014
@Joatunit very cool to see #SmartSpaces on your #hopex #TopTen! We're certain our paths will cross soon again! http://t.co/8Z0GbDuUkO
@notman we have two @localsocial #beacons which will be installed by the end of the week for our community to build on their platform.
@localsocial fantastic meeting you at #Place2014, can't wait to integrate technologies starting with a @notman showcase! #proximityrules
@Thinknear says at #Place2014 that two-thirds of geolocated impressions are too inaccurate to be effective for #mobile #advertising.
@Shelfbucks argues at #Place2014 that #beacons bring the @amazon customer experience to physical stores. Indeed, that would be a win! #BLE
InMarket, the largest #beacon network, explain at #Place2014 that beacons drive engagement *IF* deployed correctly. http://t.co/eK4XoPtV2G
Very impressed to discover @StickNFind's #BLE to #WiFi wall wort based on @TXInstruments #CC3200! Bonus if it can run #nodejs! #Place2014
@kcochran if that's a concern, our passive #BLE sensors would be a good fit: they listen for smartphone apps that #beacon.
@kcochran what cases did you have in mind?
@IndoorAtlas what if an existing #sensor infrastructure could provide you continuous, real-time #magnetic #fingerprinting? Possible today...
Interesting to learn at #Place2014 that @alexandani employ only about 3 #BLE #beacons per store to drive their #mobile #UX. #IndoorLocation
We share @_iinside's advocacy of passive #location detection technology. It was a pleasure meeting them at #Place2014. #IndoorLocation #RTLS
@ByteLight says at #Place2014 that the killer app for #IndoorLocation has yet to emerge. Agreed, we're all looking for it, many optimists!
Will you trade your #location for value? According to @opusresearch at #Place2014 the answer is a definitive "yes". http://t.co/BJZu47Vw1n
@opusresearch estimates indoor analytics and location-based marketing as a $10B market. And #mobile is key. #Place2014
Breakfast at #Place2014, smells like #bacon, we mean #beacons! Counting close to 30 already from just one spot! #BLE http://t.co/eIbGcyX9yd
Today we're attending #Place2014 in #NYC. Full day of #IndoorLocation for #retail and #marketing. By @opusresearch. http://t.co/gTeKuDLuPf

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