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It’s a mobile world, with almost 7 billion mobile subscribers worldwide this year,1 the equivalent of almost one device for every person on the planet. The rapid increase in mobile devices is making Wi-Fi a preferred method of network access, with the United States having more than 1 mobile device per person and 125 million smartphones shipped every year.2

With this growth rate, and a predicted 10 billion mobile devices by 2016, organizations can look to mobility and the Wi-Fi network to deliver innovative user services and enhance the customer experience.

At the same time, this trend presents businesses with both tremendous opportunities and unique challenges, and numerous innovative businesses are rapidly emerging to help unlock business value from this growth.

Wi-Fi: Enabling Business Value

Wi-Fi networks seem to be everywhere, and we consumers are demanding more and more from them in terms of ubiquity and performance – yet we are pushing back on paying for this service. Today we expect Wi-Fi in coffee shops, hotels, airports, stores, stadiums, and even on the streets of our cities, so that we can view videos, download apps, and make calls at any time.
Given advances in technology, these Wi-Fi networks, while providing valuable Internet access to mobile users, are collecting massive amounts of information that can provide new insights to the people using the network and, consequently, business value.

Given advances in technology, these Wi-Fi networks, while providing valuable Internet access to mobile users, are collecting massive amounts of information that can provide new insights to the people using the network and, consequently, business value.
Cisco® Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX), built on the Cisco Unified Access infrastructure, transforms the location data associated with devices seen on the wireless LAN (WLAN) into valuable business knowledge, which is immediately actionable by marketing, operations, and security.

Cisco® Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX), built on the Cisco Unified Access infrastructure, transforms the location data associated with devices seen on the wireless LAN (WLAN) into valuable business knowledge, which is immediately actionable by marketing, operations, and security.
The base data, collected by every Cisco Mobility Services Engine (MSE) and passed to CMX, consists of the discrete time, location, and MAC address of every device detected within the coverage area of the access points in the network. (Note that a device need not be connected to the WLAN to be identified and have its location estimated.) Significantly, the observations can be assembled into a set of time-ordered points per device, on which zone and movement analytics can be applied. However, with the huge quantities of data, in order to get valuable insights, a complex set of innovative data mining and data filtering techniques need to be applied.

The base data, collected by every Cisco Mobility Services Engine (MSE) and passed to CMX, consists of the discrete time, location, and MAC address of every device detected within the coverage area of the access points in the network. (Note that a device need not be connected to the WLAN to be identified and have its location estimated.) Significantly, the observations can be assembled into a set of time-ordered points per device, on which zone and movement analytics can be applied. However, with the huge quantities of data, in order to get valuable insights, a complex set of innovative data mining and data filtering techniques need to be applied.

Using these filtering techniques, various factors such as dwell times, patterns of movement, crowding, identification of bottlenecks, etc., can be systematically calculated to deliver enormous value to marketing, operations, and business management functions.

Unlocking the Value in Location-Based Wi-Fi

As an ever-increasing number of venues and cities deliver Wi-Fi access for their occupants, those deploying Cisco’s CMX solution are starting to get real value back from their investment. This solution is turning Wi-Fi into a valuable business enabler. With a framework of detect, connect, and engage (Figure 1), the following are examples of how this value can readily be realized.

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