Yes....but. There are two forms of beacons, which affect how easily it can be achieved.
The type known as Google 'Eddystone' Beacons will work directly and natively with Info-Point. The reason is that these beacons broadcast a URL which can direct a smartphone to access specific content on Info-Point (just like QR codes and NFC tags). The user will only need a beacon-enabled phone with a generic beacon app.
The other type are Apple 'iBeacons'. These only broadcast an ID number and so the user will always need a dedicated app that you have created to map your specific beacon ID to an action. This site-specific app can then use Info-Point as its content source.
Beacons are an exciting but still emerging technology, so don't always live up to the hype. It is a good idea to provide the user with an alternative means of simple navigation to the same content.