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There are two ways to expose BPS data to a traveller.
OPTION 1. by providing a geofence to the data
OPTION 2. by activating the dataset to a specific device.
One of the two options is required as, without the features, any change to the database would be exposed to the tens of thousand Bsq users globally, affecting the transfer of data for beacons that will never be used. (ie, a database for a campus in Washington DC being downloaded to a traveller in China ..no apparent benefit)
Updated on: Jun 12, 2017
Updated on: May 18, 2017
Updated on: Apr 04, 2017
The power consumption of a battery:
- with Kontakt.io beacons as an example, the CR 2477 T Lithium battery has a shelf-life (unused) of approximately 5 years and an in-service live with a normal power setting (3) of 2 years.
Factors that effect battery life:
- the type of battery used by the specific beacon
- Status of Power Sleep State (see below)
- the beacon manufacturer
- the power setting of the beacon,
- higher power settings yields a greater broadcast area, but uses more power, reducing the life of the battery.
- the temperature of the environment (colder conditions draws more power)
Updated on: Mar 28, 2017
While you walk, BlindSquare reads out a lot of information automatically. However, often it is still necessary to request a specific piece of information, change a setting, or activate a BlindSquare function. Looking for the right button on a touch screen while walking can be difficult or even dangerous in some situations, as it can distract your attention from other clues around you that help you navigate. To alleviate this problem, you can operate BlindSquare using the Remote control features of your headset. The following section explains how these controls work on the Apple headset that comes with every iPhone. You can, however, also use any other headset that supports Apple’s remote control features. To follow the instructions in this section, consult the manual of your headset to locate the buttons for Play, Previous Track, Next Track, Fast Forward and Rewind on your headset. To make instructions in this section easier to read, the text will refer to the playback control functions when describing how to operate BlindSquare via the remote. This will also enable users of non-Apple headsets to find the corresponding buttons on their headsets.
Updated on: Mar 28, 2017
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Updated on: Mar 21, 2017
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