No. Meraki designed this functionality with several privacy features in mind, echoing Privacy by Design and by Default as enshrined within Article 25 of GDPR:
This feature is disabled by default for organizations created within Meraki’s EU Cloud.
Meraki specifically built its Location Analytics feature so that tracking of devices across different customers’ networks is not possible. Location Analytics cannot tell a Meraki customer where a device was before coming within range of its network or where the device went after leaving the range of its network.
Meraki has also created its own opt-out web page that individual users can access in order to opt-out their device’s MAC address from being tracked by ANY Meraki-enabled location analytics feature.
You can find the latest version on Cisco’s trust portal trust.cisco.com
In context of the ruling, “Location Analytics” is the feature relevant for our conversation – it provides data about the physical locations of visitors, enabling businesses to better understand the behaviour of clients. Location Analytics is available with all Meraki wireless access points.