Conference Rooms Enabled with Beacons

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Conference Rooms Enabled With Beacons

Conference Rooms Enabled with Beacons

Abstract

 Conference Rooms enabled with Beacons System  Provides In the meeting room there will be a device which acts as beacon through which the manager can share the link about meeting agenda so that the members who uses a beacon scanner mobile app can view this link. By clicking on the link they can check the meeting agenda.In the Web App there will be two logins. Through admin login the manager can login and post the meeting agenda and other related information. By sing the user login the other members of the meeting can login and once after they complete their meeting everyone can post their reviews about that meeting and also the points which they want to share.Admin can view the data posted by other members and can conclude the meeting points.
Project Highlights
  • Based on latest smart beacon concept
  • Uses ESP32 as a configurable Eddystone beacon
  • Google’s Eddystone beacon stack for Bluetooth Low Energy device (ESP32)
  • BLE + WiFi functionalities together in a single application.
  • Mobile App as a nearby beacon scanner
  • Web Application to configure beacon URL remotely

A beacon (AKA an “iBeacon”) is a small network-connected device that is capable of broadcasting and receiving data over short range radio or Bluetooth. Due to the Bluetooth capability, the use of beacons in environments where users have access to mobile phones means that a range of possibilities open up. Typically, beacons sense proximity, but there is an increasing interest in beacons with other types of sensors, such as temperature or light level detectors. This document describes some ways in which beacons could be used, in general and in specific sectors.

A proximity sensing beacon emits a constant signal. When a receiver (e.g. a mobile phone with Bluetooth enabled) enters its field of effect, the beacon detects the time taken for the signal to bounce back from the receiver and calculates the distance from the beacon to the receiver. In addition to the time, the beacon also receives a packet of data about the person who owns the receiver, such as the phone’s unique identifier, the phone number, email address, etc (if the owner set it up to respond with that information).

System Configuration

H/W System Configuration
Speed                   : 1.1 GHz
RAM                      : 256 MB(min)
Hard Disk              : 20 GB
Floppy Drive          : 1.44 MB
Key Board             : Standard Windows Keyboard
Mouse                  : Two or Three Button Mouse
Monitor                : SVGA
S/W System Configuration

Platform                     :  IOT

Operating system       : Windows Xp,7,
Server                       : WAMP/Apache
Working on                : Browser Like Firefox, IE