Radius Networks RadBeacon proximity beacons are the industry’s first multi-beacons, providing concurrent support for both iBeacon™ and AltBeacon™ proximity technologies, and seamless proximity services across iOS, Android, and other emerging mobile environments.
RadBeacons are available with the widest range of power and packaging options, including AC-power, USB-power, long-life battery, indoor and outdoor, weatherproof ruggedized enclosures.
RadBeacon has been designed and certified by Radius Networks to meet Apple performance standards. iBeacon-enabled apps running on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch may be developed.
RadBeacon has been designed and certified by Radius Networks to conform to the AltBeacon proximity standard and is compatible with AltBeacon-enabled applications.
With Radius Networks' suite of proximity tools and applications you can reliably develop, test, and deploy proximity solutions using geofencing and iBeacon technology.More Info
Radius Networks provides Bluetooth 4.0 beacons using iBeacon technology in a variety of package and power options including battery, USB and 5V DC external power, in ruggedized cases for external usage or cases more suitable for indoor environments.More Info
The Proximity Kit cloud service and mobile SDK from Radius Networks enables developers to add geofence and proximity beacon capabilities to any mobile application in minutes.More Info
Manage your beacon fleet automatically. Radius Networks' Director will take advantage of the SDKs you are already using to gather status of your deployment.More Info
An Android library providing APIs to interact with beacons
Allows Android devices to use beacons much like iOS devices do. An app can request to receive notifications when one or more beacons appear or disappear. An app can also request to receive a ranging update from one or more beacons at a frequency of approximately 1Hz.More Info
Our developer portal offers a number of tools to aid emerging location developers in everything from Beacon Development Kits to open-source code and pre-built applications for multiple OS platforms. Our developer blog offers tutorials on building your own beacon from various low-cost hardware options, as well as testing and development procedures.
The Open and Interoperable Proximity Beacon Specification
Because there is no open and interoperable specification for proximity beacons, Radius Networks has authored the AltBeacon specification as a proposal for how to solve this problem.More Info
A Proximity beacon community resource, WikiBeacon uses crowd-souced data to plot known beacons around the world. Search for a particular beacon by UUID, Major, and Minor, or explore our dynamic world map displaying beacons discovered using Radius Networks' Locate app for iOS and AltBeacon locate for Android.More Info
Yes, we can help. Radius Networks offers professional services on all things proximity. From installing and maintaining large deployments to consulting on mobile app development.