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Aruba Location Services

Aruba Location Services

Posted on Jan 13, 2020 (0)

Aruba Location Services

Aruba Location services consists of two in depth solutions:

  • Asset Tracking Infrastructure
  • Indoor Mobile Engagement Infrastructure

Aruba’s Location Services solutions provide additional value to Aruba’s portfolio of wireless products. Both the Aruba asset tracking infrastructure and the indoor mobile engagement infrastructures rely on Aruba APs with Aruba Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) radio and beacon inside.

Aruba’s asset tracking solution uses these BLE-enabled Aruba tags and Aruba WLAN infrastructure to easily track high value assets and show their location via the Meridian-powered app. This way organizations can optimize staff and asset utilization without an additional infrastructure investment.

For the mobile engagement solution, beacons and APs that act as a beacon transmit signals and enable the unique features found on the Meridian-powered app. These features allow venues like stadiums, museums, airports, and hospitals to build an enterprise class solution to engage with their customers at new levels using location.

The heart of both infrastructures is the Aruba Meridian Cloud Platform. It enables the features on the apps and is the engine for management and analytics.

Aruba Mobile Engagement Infrastructure

 While the Aruba mobile engagement solution performs within a multi-vendor Wi-Fi infrastructure, its best performance is within an Aruba wireless network with Aruba APs, ClearPass, Beacons, and Meridian.

Aruba Clear Pass Guest

 Aruba Clear Pass Guest provides secure and customized guest Wi-Fi login, which can be used to promote the company's mobile app and brand.

Aruba Wi-Fi

With Aruba wireless infrastructure, customers get:

  • APs that can function as beacons, allow for data transport, and can be managed remotely
  • Analytics Location Engine (ALE) collects data about people, devices, and apps on the network and makes that data available to other apps through APIs
  • Insights from ALE help organizations optimize a myriad of use cases

Mobile App

Customers can build a mobile app in three ways:

  • They can use Meridian AppMaker
  • They can work with an Engage partner
  • They can use Meridian Software Developer Kit (SDK)


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