The scheme has been used in the experiment of Prof. Carsten Klempt at the University of Hannover, where an entangled state between two spatially separated Bose-Einstein condensates has been observed. The results has been recently published in Science [360, 416-418 (2018)] (http://science.sciencemag.org/content/360/6387/416.full).
In the experiment, a highly entangled Dicke state was created in an ultracold atomic cloud. The cloud was placed in a double-well and thus spatially divided in two parts. Measurements of the collective spin on the two wells showed that the two parts, with thousands of atoms each, are entangled.
The experiment demonstrates that multipartite entanglement of many indistinguishable particles can be converted into bipartite entanglement of distinguishable groups of atoms. This is very relevant, since there are numerous experiments producing highly entangled states in Bose-Einstein condensates, while for certain applications in quantum technologies the distinguishability of the parties is required.