Curious to try out Apple’s new iBeacon protocol for indoor navigation or basic location-based information services? No need to wait around for affordable HW to be readily available, we’ve put together a guide showing how you can take your Raspberry Pi and Adafruit’s Bluetooth 4.0 USB Module and setup your own piBeacon using the open source Bluez stack! You should be up and running in no time … click here for our step by step learning guide: PiBeacon – DIY iBeacon with Raspberry Pi!
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