Our Clients

Number of beacons: 3

Fraport Twin Star Airport Management AD is the German-Bulgarian concessionaire of Burgas Airport and Varna Airport, 60 percent owned by the global airport operator Fraport AG and 40 percent held by Airport Services Bulgaria. They have 3 beacons on both Varna and Burgas Airports installed.

Number of beacons: 12

The exhibition area of the Museum is 2150 sq. m, not including the storerooms, the library and the Educational Children’s Museum.Since November 2017 the visitors can enjoy a completely new experience using the beacon tech that is installed in every room of the museum:

Number of beacons: 2

“The Palace of Queen Marie of Romania” – a place for creativity, cultural and congress tourism.

Cultural Centre “The Palace” – Balchik is a State Cultural Institute, established with an act of the Council of Ministers on the advice of the Minister of Culture. It carries out a number of major and supporting activities aiming at creating and promoting culture as well as preserving the cultural heritage.


Number of beacons:  33

Our app Lighthouse beacons are now located on 25 of the most interesting tourist sites in Varna. Every visitor to the city can be notified when he or she is close to one of the largest (and small) landmarks in the city. With the cooperation of the municipality of Varna, beacons were placed on sites such as the Assumption Cathedral, some of  the great Bulgarian revolutionaries such as Vasil Levski, the alley of the Olympic hopes, the park in Asparuhovo and many others.

We used the most popular “urban furniture” – the street lamps of the city to deploy the sensors. The sensors themselves do not draw electricity, they are powered by batteries that can last up to 2 years without replacement.Lighthouse app have deployed 9 beacons on all sport grounds. “Inno Think Tank”  part of European Youth Capital called iSport,  aiming at linking all municipal sports grounds in Varna to improve the awareness and increase the use of the sites for sports by all residents and visitors of the city. For more information on “Isport”: The official Facebook page of the project