In a First, Pigeon Adds World’s First Animal Face Recognition Tech for Aquarium and Zoo Navigation

by | May 5, 2019 | News | 0 comments

For the first time in the history of navigation technology, Pigeon app has integrated an animal face recognition feature within the existing list of features for aquarium and zoo navigation.

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Spaces such as aquariums and zoo parks exhibit a plethora of aquatic and animal species (both under-water and on ground) for visitors. The Animal Face Recognition (AFR) feature allows visitors to obtain information on individuals specimens by using their Smartphones through the Pigeon interface.

SRISYS Inc, an Ohio based software development company launched Pigeon in 2018 and since its inception, innovative features have been integrated based on market trends.

The CEO of SRISYS Inc. Vijay Sabbineni says, “using this app will engage visitors optimally because of the unique features it has and it can even increase footfall as well by enhancing visitor experience.”

Pigeon app is based on Geolocation technology which primarily works for indoor positioning and navigation, however, animal face recognition is a customized feature for venues like zoos and aquariums.

Pigeon positioning and navigation app is ideal for navigation, wayfinding, gaining instant feedback from the visitors, proximity marketing and location based services.  

About Pigeon

Pigeon is a positioning and navigation solution built for the enterprise.
Based on Geolocation tech, Pigeon aids in indoor positioning, indoor navigation, asset tracking, indoor location tracking and event management among others.
Pigeon’s real-time location tracking technology enables location based services for shopping malls, healthcare facilities, corporate campuses, and museums to name a few.