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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 has not been out of the first three in his last five races.
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She also ran in that Epsom contest and had every chance before fading late to finish third behind Soto Sizzler and Eddystone Rock.
Global Bluetooth Beacon and iBeacon Market: Segmental Highlights The global Bluetooth beacon and iBeacon market is segmented by technology (iBeacon, eddystone and others), by end user (retail and non-retail) and by region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa).
Winchester Repeating Arms and Remington Arms Company--along with Remington's Eddystone subsidiary--managed to produce 2.2 million rifles in just a little over two years.
in the two boroughs of Eddystone and Upland, respectively.
To fulfill the orders, Remington purchased a factory in Eddystone, Pennsylvania, latter to be unofficially known as the "Eddystone Arsenal."
Bluvision's sensor beacons were recently deployed near the departure and arrival areas at several international airports including SFO (San Francisco), EWR (Newark), JFK (New York), and SJC (San Jose.) The beacons were configured to broadcast the Eddystone UID signal so when a passenger comes in close proximity to one of the beacons, that passenger receives a nearby notification on their Android phone to download the Airside Mobile app.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 9, 2016-Zebra Technologies collaborates with Google with open beacon format to support Eddystone protocol
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.
Right now, there are two beacon protocols: iBeacon from Apple, and Eddystone (purportedly named after the U.K.'s Eddystone Lighthouse) from Google.