|Acceptance Radius||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||This is the accurate coverage area for the beacon in meters. Minimum value=0; Maximum value=100. Best results are 9-35 meters. Default value=13.|
A unique key that identifies the client making the request. This key is used to get the additional keys used for request signing and encryption.
|Accessible (POIs/ Waypoints)||LBS - Mapping||Setting that flags a POI, Waypoint or Route as Handicap accessible in the app (wheelchairs, canes, crutches)|
|Active (POI setting)||LBS - Mapping||Setting that makes the POI or Waypoint visible on the app map and available for navigation selection|
|Admin||General Configuration||The Phunware user who has highest level of access to MaaS Portal; the only role that is able to set up Orgs|
|Ad Network||Advertising||A vendor that connects advertisers to publishers. Ad networks act as a single point of contact between publishers and advertisers, helping negotiate supply and demand.|
|Ad Unit||Advertising||A size-and-format specification for an ad. The Interactive Advertising Bureau, a trade association promoting digital ad standard and practices, has a set of guidelines for sizes.|
|Aggregate Event||Analytics||An aggregate event object contains a collection of event objects. The maximum size of the collection is 100 event objects.|
|Alerts and Notifications||Modules||Legacy MaaS portal module used for marketing configuration; replaced with Marketing Automation|
|API||General||A method of obtaining and delivering data using code (JSON), a call method (GET, PUT, POST, DELETE) and identifiers to deliver data between applications and databases.|
Applications with unique identifiers in the MaaS Portal. An Org may have one or more Apps. Some functions are App specific (e.g. Campaigns), while others may be used by multiple apps (e.g. Profiles, Locations).
|App Builder||App Builder||An app development tool available in MaaS portal that allows you to build the “skin” of your app which includes: pages, buttons, carousels, backgrounds, menus and smart forms.|
|App Framework (AF)||App Framework||A Phunware development solution that contains the SDKs and APIs. It makes building truly custom applications easier than working right from the SDKs. App Framework gives you the power to make your app look great by customizing fonts, colors, placement, padding, etc while it makes connecting the module features and functions simple.|
|Array (Structure)||Content Management|
A structure that consists of one or more schema structures and that may be populated by many records (rows of data in the database.) An array‘s schema structures may contain nested structures (objects and/or other arrays).
(Example: Event Details array structure may have one array schema structure that has an array schema structure for content about the performer/author content and another for the event activity content. Since more than one event record is likely to exist an array is needed.
|Asset Manager||App Builder||A component of App Builder where you store images, pdfs, and other files that are used to configure your app "skin"|
Distinguishing elements of a segment profile
Example: Profile=Age Range; Attributes= 0-12, 12-20, 21-50, 50+
|The goal of attribution is to identify which touch, of the many possible, is most (or partially) responsible for a conversion, so ROI can be calculated. First touch, last touch, and multi-touch are common attribution models. For example, a sale might begin with an ad, lead to an email campaign, and end with a phone call from a sales person. With first-touch attribution, the ad would get the entire credit for the sale. With last-touch, the phone call gets all the credit. With multi-touch, the ad, the email and the phone call each get partial credit.|
|Azul||Phunware Internal||Internal Phunware term for the algorithm that calculates location for blue dot (turn-by-turn) navigation|
|Background image/Color||App Builder||Pages and buttons in App Builder can be configured with a custom background image or color that forms the backdrop for button images, carousels, images, labels, text or other content on your mobile app.|
|Banner||Advertising||The most common form of digital advertising. These ad units, which include static graphics, videos and/or interactive rich media, are displayed on a web page or in an application.|
|Targeting an ad audience based on their previous online behavior, including but not limited to websites visited, online searches, and purchases. For example, if you visit a product page on the Act-On website that might indicate that you’re interested in marketing automation. Given your apparent interest in Act-On, behavioral targeting could be used to show Act-On ads on other websites while you’re visiting them. It’s a way to ensure the advertiser is running relevant ads targeting people who have a seeming interest in their products or services.|
|Beacon Campaign||Marketing Automation||A campaign that is distributed to one user at a time, based on entering/exiting proximity of a bluetooth beacon|
|Beacon Point||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Cisco's bluetooth signal provider offering for blue dot (turn-by-turn) navigation|
|BLE||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Bluetooth Low Energy beacon. A blue tooth signal provider option for blue dot (turn-by-turn) navigation|
|Blue dot navigation||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Turn-by-turn location-based navigation that uses a signal provider, mobile device, and mapping app to direct users along a route in real time|
|The extent or level to which a potential consumer can recall and identify a particular product or service. Increased brand awareness is one of the two customary important goals for a digital advertising campaign (the other being a conversion of some kind).|
|Broadcast Campaign||Marketing Automation|
A campaign that is distributed to one-to-many users at a specific time, based on the selected Profile/Attributes
LBS - Mapping
|A physical structure that contains one or more floors.|
|Button Image/Color||App Builder||Buttons in App Builder may be customized with images or text in addition to having a text label. Buttons appear in front of the background.|
|Button Type||App Builder||A list of button types that are set up to be configured in App Builder (e.g. Directory, Map, Event, etc)|
|Call to Action (CTA)||Advertising||A phrase included within an ad, or a graphic element such as a button, which invites the audience to take a certain action. Examples include phrases such as “Click to Read More,” “Download Your Free eBook Now,” or “Click Here.”|
A message or promotion delivered to a group of your users via app notification
LBS - Mapping
|A collection of one or more buildings grouped together by a common theme.|
|Carousel||App Builder||An Content Type option in App Builder that provides a display of one or more image files in your application|
|Click||Advertising||The action taken when a user interacts with an ad by either clicking on it with their mouse or by pressing enter on their keyboard.|
|Click Through Rate (CTR)||Advertising||Expressed as a percentage of total impressions, this statistic shows how often people who are served an ad end up clicking on it. An ad’s CTR is calculated by dividing the number of clicks an ad received by the number of times it’s been served, then converting that into a percentage. For example, if an ad received 5 clicks and was shown 1000 times, the CTR is 0.5%. The higher the CTR on an ad, the better it’s performing.|
|CME Directory ID||App Builder||An identifier provides a connection between the content added in the Content Management module and the page/content area of your application so the right content is displayed in the right location in your application.|
|CMX||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Connected Mobile Experiences. This is Cisco's wifi signal provider offering for blue dot (turn-by-turn) navigation|
|Confidence Factor||LBS - Mapping Blue dot|
This value assists with the calculation of a user's location by the blue dot algorithm. It is expressed as a percentage between 0.00 and 100.00. The default value=60%. If the value is shared by 2 or more providers, the one with the higher Confidence Factor will be used to calculate the location.
|Container||Content Management||A collection of structures that are used to organize the content and data displayed in your application. Containers can only contain structures. (Structures hold the schemas; then these schema structures collect the content.)|
|Content or Content Set||Content Management||The data that populates your application pages. This data/content is added to your containers in the Content Management Module.|
|Content Type||App Builder||A list of page-level configuration options in App Builder that include buttons, carousels, trays, etc|
|Contextual Targeting||Advertising||Selecting audiences based on the type of content being displayed on a particular webpage. An example of contextual advertising is placing ads for hair care products on the Vogue website.|
|Conversion||Advertising||When launching a campaign, advertisers select a specific action or set of actions they want audiences to take. Each time a member of the audience takes this action, it is counted as a conversion. Conversions include actions such as signing up for a newsletter, or making a purchase on a website.|
Expressed as a percentage, a conversion rate can be calculated in two ways:
|Copy||Advertising||Text in an ad|
Phunware’s MaaS portal base module and SDK which include security, user management, role management, and application management.
Before you get started with other Phunware modules, Core SDK must be downloaded and its properties must be configured in MaaS portal.
|Cost per Acquisition||Advertising||The cost of acquiring one customer. Typically calculated by dividing the total amount spent on an advertising campaign by the number of customers acquired through that campaign.|
|Cost per Click (CPC)||Advertising||How much an advertiser pays, on average, for each ad click. CPC is calculated by dividing the total amount spent on a campaign by the number of clicks generated.|
|Cost per Thousand (CPM)||Advertising||Metric that shows how much it costs to serve 1,000 ad impressions. Also used as a standard measure for buying display ads, as inventory is generally sold on a CPM basis.|
|Deep Link||App Builder||A link that is embedded in a notification (or other message) that takes the user to a location inside or outside of the app in lieu of the default "Home" destination.|
|Demand-Side Platform (DSP)|
|A system that allows advertisers to bid for and purchase inventory from multiple ad exchanges, through one single interface.|
|DMP||Big Data||Data Management Platform - a type of data warehouse software that collects, houses and organizes data in ways that are useful for marketers, advertisers, publishers, and analysts.|
|Dynamic Page||App Builder|
Pages that need to access a server in order to properly function; they may need to pull down images, videos, or data that is being updated (e.g. weather, traffic conditions, ticket sales) or they may need to access to a database to provide information.
The key used to encrypt and decrypt data that is exchanged between the client and the server.
|EULA||App Builder||End User License Agreement - a legal document displayed and agreed to when a user first uses or downloads an application|
LBS - Mapping
|An object associated with a building containing a building ID, floor ID, zoom level and resource URL(s) (e.g. .svg, .pdf).|
|Event||Analytics||An event object contains data to be captured for further processing (either near real-time or scheduled).|
|Frequency Capping||Advertising||Setting a limit on the amount of times an ad should be shown to a consumer within a specific time period.|
|Geo-fence||Marketing Automation||A configured virtual boundary around a physical location|
|Geo-fence Campaign||Marketing Automation||A campaign that is distributed to one user at a time based on entering/exiting a configured geo-fence|
LBS - Mapping
|A Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) is a unique identifier that typically conforms to the Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) standard as defined by the Open Software Foundation. For reference, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globally_unique_identifier and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universally_unique_identifier.|
|Hyperlocation||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Cisco’s wifi signal provider offering that uses CMX technology for blue dot (turn-by-turn) navigation|
|Impression||Advertising||The number of times an ad has been served, regardless of whether the user has actually seen or interacted with the ad in any way. (Also see: Ad Serving)|
|Inaccessible Routes and Waypoints||LBS - Mapping||Routing points that assist in creating blocked pathways and areas. App users are routed around these points and pathways when they receive static way finding and turn-by-turn directions.|
|Interstitial||Advertising||Ads that appear between two different content pages, served when a website visitor navigates from one page on a website to another. A best practice in mobile marketing is to avoid using an interstitial as a popup that blocks initial access. For example, when the user tries to access the Gotham Times on their mobile, they are interrupted by an interstitial ad (offering the Gotham Times app) that they have to either accept or close before they can proceed to the site.|
Website publishers serve ads to visitors when they visit a web page. The number of potential ads that can be served is considered their ad inventory.
For example, if The Gotham Times averages 1,000 visits to their home page in any given week, and they have space for two display ads on their home page, then their potential ad inventory is 2,000 impressions per week.
|The web page users are directed to after they click on a display or paid search ad|
|Left Tray||App Builder||An optional menu pull out on the left side of an application. Configured in App Builder|
|Lookalike Audience||Advertising||If you’re like most businesses, you know who your customers are from a demographic and even psychographic point of view. A Lookalike Audience targets people who are similar to your existing customers which helps improve your conversion rates. You can use Lookalike Audiences when you’re running online display, Facebook, mobile display or just about any other kind of digital marketing campaign.|
|Location Messaging||Modules||Legacy MaaS portal module used for marketing configuration; replaced with Marketing Automation|
|Location Provider||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Signal devices/companies that provide location detection|
|M3 or Messaging||Phunware Internal||Former nomenclatures for Marketing Automation|
|MaaS Portal||General||Multiscreen as a Service online interface, allowing customers to interact with modules to engage, manage and monetize their mobile audiences|
|Mapping Hierarchy||LBS - Mapping|
Configuration hierarchy applied to map configuration in MaaS Portal
|Map Set Points||LBS-Mapping|
Four points with Latitude-Longitude coordinates at the top left, top right, bottom left and bottom right corners of your floor maps that are used to place them in their real world positions when you configure them in MaaS portal. Set points are automatically placed at the corners of the .svg maps you load during configuration.
NOTE: For blue dot routing you want these as close as possible to the actual floor corners, so remove padding around your floor maps before you upload them.
|MARS||LBS - Mapping Blue dot|
MAC Address Resolution Service
|Maximum Lingering Time||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||This is the maximum amount of time that the blue dot remains accurate (for the algorithm) after a user begins walking. It is measured in seconds. Minimum value=0; Maximum value=15; Default value=7.|
|Minimum Stationary Time||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||This is the minimum amount of time a user must be standing still before the beacon blue dot location is considered accurate (for the algorithm). It is measured in seconds. Minimum value=0; Maximum value=15; Default value=8.|
|Mist||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Mist's bluetooth signal provider offering for blue dot (turn-by-turn) navigation|
|MSE||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Mobility Services Engine. The software behind the wifi CMX experience|
|Native Advertising||Advertising||Any paid advertising that is indistinguishable in form from the channel being used to present it. Examples of native advertising include sponsored content on news websites and Facebook timeline ads.|
|Object (structure)||Content Management|
A structure that consists of a name, field identifier, and ONLY ONE schema. Objects can be populated by ONLY ONE set of data or content. The object’s schema may contain nested structures (arrays or other objects)
(Example: The bookstore home page information. The schema might be “About Us” and the fields might include the company name, owner names, a slogan or tagline, store address, hours, and a logo image.)
A cryptography library used to handle the encryption and decryption of the data.
See http://www.openssl.org/ for more details.
|Org or Organization||General Configuration||A distinct business or group that owns one or more applications, for which campaigns are set|
|Org Owner||General Configuration||The primary administrator of the MaaS portal for an Org; the only user who can initially set up Roles and Users|
|Pixel, also called a web bug, is a way to track user data. It is a snippet of code that calls for a 1X1 transparent pixel to be delivered to a webpage by a third party server. When the pixel loads, the third party server can record information such as the IP address of the user's computer, URL of the page, and time the page was viewed. See also Conversion Pixel and Segment Pixel.|
|POI||LBS - Mapping||Point of Interest - A place on your floor that your map users may want to navigate to including, exits, elevators, stairs, and restrooms.|
A stairway, elevator, or escalator that people use to traverse from one floor to another in a building.
Portals that are aligned must given the same Portal ID in the POI configuration. (e.g. the north elevator on all floors will share the Portal ID “elevator_north”)
An configured marketing segment composed of attributes used to identify a target user group for campaigns
Example: Profile=Age Range; Attributes= 0-12, 12-20, 21-50, 50+
|Reach||Advertising||The total number of people who see your message. One person who is served your ad five times and clicks on it once yields a reach of 1, 5 impressions, and a clickthrough rate of 20%.|
|Report||Analytics||A report object contains data that results from processing events.|
LBS - Mapping
|The image files associated with a floor. The .svg or .pdf asset URL and the associated metadata are often referred to as a map.|
A date format that "provide[s] an unambiguous and well-defined method of representing dates and times."
See http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3339.txt for more details.
|Roles||General Configuration||Security levels that are assigned to users to allow for varying levels of access to MaaS portal|
|Route Segment||LBS - Mapping||Lines that connect waypoints and POIs to create logical routes for static wayfinding during configuration in MaaS portal|
|SDK||Phunware Products||Software Development Kit ("devkit"); a set of Phunware software development tools that allows you to create applications for your mobile devices (specifically for routing, blue dot navigation, marketing automation, analytics, application integration, content management, and audience building and monetization)|
A data or content group that identifies the content to be displayed in your application and how it must be stored in the database. Each schema must be added to a structure if it is to be used to collect content.
(Example: Schema Name=Author Info; Fields might include: Last Name, First name, picture, quote about writing.)
For a bookstore app this schema might be used on the title catalog page, the book details page, and an author page.
A unique key that is used to sign requests. The signature is used to both check request authorization as well as data integrity.
|Structure||Content Management||A data set that consists of a name, field name, one or more schema structures and a type: object or an array. Structures can be added, nested, and combined in a container.|
|Supply-Side Platform (SSP)||Advertising||Supply-side platform, a platform or provider that allows publishers to manage and optimize revenue for their inventory from multiple sources, often in real time.|
|Targeting||Advertising||Delivering ads to a pre-selected audience based on various attributes, such as geography, demographics, psychographics, web browsing behavior and past purchases. (Also see: Behavioral Targeting, Contextual Targeting, and Geographic Targeting.)|
|Users||General Configuration||People who are given access to MaaS Portal via assigned Roles|
|vBLE||LBS - Mapping Blue dot||Virtual bluetooth low energy beacon. Emits an array of signals from a single device. Examples: Mist and Beacon Point|
LBS - Mapping
|A location where events take place. Venues consist of one or more campuses.|
|Waypoints||LBS - Mapping||Points that you place on your floor map that allow you to create logical pathways (routes) that connect POIs; Waypoints may be accessible or inaccessible|
|Zones||LBS - Mapping||A deprecated configuration tool for setting Location-Geofences. This is no longer used by MaaS. To set location geofences for Marketing Automation go the that module and click the Locations Tab.|
LBS - Mapping
The zoom scale on the actual map.