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  • Beacons set to be installed on London’s buses
  • Beacons set to be installed on London’s buses
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Beacons set to be installed on London’s buses

Beacon technology has already seen success in shopping centres and on high streets, revolutionising the way we interact with public spaces by enabling advertisers to interact with us personally, via our devices. Experion Media now wants to expand this communication to public transport.

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