Indoor Location: Early Adopter Case Studies and Lessons Learned
There’s a great deal of hype surrounding iBeacon right now. But that technology is just one part of a much larger story about indoor location.
Using a range of technologies, major retailers, malls, airports and others are testing or rolling out indoor location in their venues and stores. We’ve come a great distance since last year when few people understood the benefits of indoor positioning and real-world analytics.
Join aisle411, iInside and Opus Research’s Greg Sterling for a webinar and discussion about the current state of indoor location. The webinar will feature existing, in-market B2B and B2C case studies.
What you’ll learn:
•How in-store mobile brand advertising impacts sales
•How indoor location can be used to combat retail showrooming
•How in-store (and even department level) presence is being used to measure the offline effectiveness of traditional and digital advertising.
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Indoor Location: Early Adopter Case Studies and Lessons LearnedGreg Sterling, Opus Research; Nathan Pettyjohn, aisle411; Jon Rosen, iInside[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]49 mins