I planned to place some stickers in a client shop so that they can confirm that they are physically in the shop using our existing app.
I’m wondering if there is some sort of concurrency limit like a max number of user that can “detect” the stickers at the same time.
For example, what is the performance difference if there are 5 users trying to detect the sticker at the same time versus 100.
You only connect to stickers to change their configuration. Nearables (like other beacons) broadcast Bluetooth packets to all devices around. There is no limit how many devices can “hear” them and there should be no difference if 5 or 100 users is scanning for them.
However, when your app will detect sticker it may want to notify remote cloud server that user is physically in the shop. Performance will then depend on your server, if it will handle that many requests at the same time.
That’s exactly what I was looking for.
Thank you for your answer,