ENGYTA is the new brand name recently launched by ARL Mobile Ltd to promote its growing range of mobile proximity solutions
ARL Mobile has been in the forefront of NFC applications and supply for 3 years, and has been responding to the growing demands of developers and markets across the UK and Europe. The build up to Droidcon 2014 has coincided with the company expanding its activities into complementary mobile proximity technologies and to the launch of Engyta.
Engyta is a name derived from the Greek word for “proximity.” The Engyta Effect is set to transform the way brand management companies will encourage their clients to interact with the consumer across a wide range of products and services.
Following the company’s extensive NFC experience, with supply contracts across the UK and Europe, ARL Mobile has now invested in, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). As part of the Engyta Effect, the company will offer its own version of the iBeacon, called Blu-Beam.
Blu-Beam is compatible with both Android and iOS and will offer the opportunity to develop some secure and innovative supplier/customer engagement scenarios especially in areas of high footfall.
Come and visit us to meet the new Blu-Beam opportunity and leave your details to be in the vanguard to access the upcoming SDK
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