'Hello, I am here.'
Wireless devices discover each other by the thousands every day, announcing 'hello' to the world around them. The Wireless Registry charts this dynamic map of wireless signals - the 'hellos' - around devices. Our proximity analysis derives for each device a set of wireless identities based on its proximal discoveries.
Developers can interact, via the Proximal API, with the signal map and post or retrieve content - across signal technologies, including WiFi, all BLE beacons, etc. - to build novel detection-based IoT services and use-cases (see proximal polls with Yopine).
Businesses, using our signal map, can tap into IoT proximal intelligence and learn more about their customers.
Claim your signals on the proximal map and learn how others interact with and around them. By registering, businesses leverage existing wireless signal infrastructure (routers, iBeacons, PhysicalWeb beacons, etc.) to learn more about customers (dwell-time, visit frequency, habits, and behavior). Contact us for details, case studies, or to start registering your business' signals on the IoT’s signal map.
As part of a growing ecosystem, our first registrar - UbiNames - is up and running, offering wireless name registration.
In collaboration with the Future of Privacy Forum and as part of our registry, we have built a centralized mobile location analytics opt-out (i.e., the Do-Not-Call for the IoT). In addition to The Wireless Registry's system, twelve leading mobile location analytics companies are currently participating. Visit smart-places.org to learn more.