A Bei Bands sends out an ID message every few seconds. If you are in a designated Service Area that message is captured and used to determine the location of the Bei Band.
No it does not. A Bei Band uses a radio signal to send out an ID (known as active RFID). The Bei Band does not track
a guest. When a guest is in a designated Service Area the ID from the Bei Band is recorded. Only when you place an order can this recorded location be used by
resort staff to deliver that order.
However, members of your own party can locate you anytime you are in a designated Service Area.
A Service Area is a location at a resort that has been set up to receive signals from Bei Bands.
No. Your location is only recorded when you are in designated Service Areas.
Yes. Your Bei Band contains no information other than an ID. The Bei application records only your name, image and demographic (age and sex).
The ID in your Bei Band and your data cannot be tied together outside of the Bei application. All data in the Bei application is kept secure by SSL
encryption and accessible only via two-step authentication processes.
No, however, your Bei Band allows other members of your party to find you
(assuming you are in a Service Area) and allows waiters to find you so that
your food / drink order can be served.
Without your Bei Band, these services are not possible.