What is the BLE Tag, and how does it work?

Bluetooth Beacon Tags are a new technology that has been gaining traction in recent years. They are small devices that use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to transmit data to a receiver. The BLE Tag is being used for a variety of purposes, including inventory management, asset tracking, healthcare and location-based marketing. In this article, we will explore what Tags are and how they work.

What is the BLE tag?

Beacons and Tags are small devices that use Bluetooth Low Energy to communicate with other devices. They are also known as Bluetooth beacons or proximity beacons. The BLE Tag transmits a unique identifier to a receiver, which can be a smartphone or another device. The receiver can then use this information to perform a variety of tasks, such as providing location-based information or tracking the movement of assets. This signal contains a unique identifier that the receiver can use to perform a specific action. For example, if a retailer places tags on their products, a customer’s smartphone can receive the signal and display information about the product, such as its price and availability.

BLE Tag facilitates operations in many areas

Types of Tags

Various types of Tags can be found on the market with different functions tailored to many fields, such as Healthcare, Smart Buildings, Manufacturing. Worthy of interest are Portal Beam, Anchor Beacon 2, Smart Badge, Asset Tag 2 or Nano Tag. As this technology continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more innovative uses for the BLE Tag in the future.


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