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visitors' experience with our museum platform, mApp.

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iBeacon technology enhances the location awareness in apps

Wouldn’t it be great to know who visited you and where they went, be able to send them personalized and interactive advertisements relative to their location, help them navigate through your business, and let them pay via their mobile device without having to queue up?

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We develop solutions that power the next generation user experience

LabWerk is an Amsterdam based start-up which focuses on creating innovative applications utilizing iBeacon technology. Our platform connects the on- and off-line worlds enabling companies to communicate with customers while they are visiting their business.

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Creating powerful applications which fit your business needs

Create a complete new experience for your customers by combining the on- and off-line worlds. Using our all-in-one platform you can easily create this experience without installing software or programming skills.

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"Here we are in 2014, and one of the most exciting things going on in consumer technology is Bluetooth. Indeed, times have changed. This isn’t the maddening, battery-leeching, why-won’t-it-stay-paired protocol of yore. Today we have Bluetooth Low Energy which solves many of the technology’s perennial problems with new protocols for ambient, continuous, low-power connectivity. It’s quickly becoming big deal."

− Kyle Vanhemert, Wired

"I think this is going to be huge and of course we will think of smart ways to use this technology."

− Jürgen Alker, Swipe

"Digital wallets and mobile payment solutions are now a dime a dozen, but hardly anyone uses them in place of credit cards or old-fashioned cash. That could soon change with a little help from of an old, familiar technology: Bluetooth"

− Adrian Covert, CNN

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