Eddystone


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Eddystone

(ĕd`ĭstən), lighthouse, 135 ft (41 m) high, on dangerous rocks in the English Channel, S of Plymouth, SW England. It is the fourth lighthouse on the site (the first was begun in 1696) built between 1878 and 1882 and designed by James Douglas.
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eddystone Rock didn't run that well but he'll be back.
Accolade Wines has been recognised for the quality of its Eddystone Point label, made by the Bay of Fires team, and for its success in opening up markets in the United Kingdom.
Bluvision supports Nearby integration with Eddystone UIDs.
Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA) has collaborated with Google, enabling the Zebra MPact beacon portfolio to support the Eddystone protocol, an open beacon format that supports Android and iOS devices, the company said.
EDDYSTONE ROCK produced the performance of the day when bolting up in the 10 furlongs handicap at Navan.
This English classic, run by the Royal Ocean Racing Club, is a weekend race starting at the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes with the top mark set at the Eddystone Lighthouse, some 12 miles south-west of Plymouth and the finish back in the Solent.
Grade II listed, it is significant on a number of levels: as the only surviving smock mill in the region, the first five-sailed smock mill in Britain and for being designed by the civil engineer John Smeaton, the man responsible for the third Eddystone Lighthouse.
Right now, there are two beacon protocols: iBeacon from Apple, and Eddystone (purportedly named after the U.
Recently, however, the beacon space got a major shot in the arm when none other than Google --a notable no-show on the beacon and digital payments front a few years back--came out with Eddystone, an open beacon format.
Bluvision said it has deployed its full IoT ecosystem, including beacons, wifi gateways, sdk's and cloud-based management solutions, to support the release of Eddystone.
The 36ft vessel JMT was discovered sunk in 50 metres of water five miles from the Eddystone Lighthouse, south of Plymouth.