Informative Posts on Indoor Positioning & Indoor Navigation | Location Based Services | Indoor Location Tracking
The Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN) is a mosaic industry interlinked closely to attendant markets such as location based services, real-time asset tracking, customer experience management, smart building management, and mass notification system among...
Types of Indoor Positioning Systems [Key Features of Indoor Navigation, Magnetic Positioning and Indoor Localization Technologies]
Indoor positioning is the most commonly used umbrella term which includes all of these ‘indoor GPS’ technologies. However, when observed closely at the technological platform they thrive on, the rationale for using these varied terms to describe them individually...
Providing best services and facilities to visitors in large facilities is not just a question of choice for facility administrators.
Bigger the indoor facility, bigger the problem it becomes for visitors in navigation, wayfinding and location tracking within the venue.
Technology has come so far today that it’s become a productive obsession for users. We, the modern generation users, are lucky to know, see and feel life from a digital point of view
How Does Indoor Navigation Tech Help Large Event Management? [Indoor Mapping and Indoor Location Technology]
Indoor navigation technology when customized as an indoor navigation app is an extensive platform for large event management
How Does An Indoor Navigation Technology Work in Locating Assets? [Asset Tracking & Indoor Space Management]
An indoor navigation system helps to locate assets such as an object, areas of interest, and people inside a facility by tapping indoor frequencies
Visitors’ engagement at shopping malls seems like a personal affair but, in most cases, it is a social event
How Does An Indoor Navigation App Generate Revenue For Businesses? [Indoor Positioning and Navigation Technology]
Based on Geolocation technology, an indoor navigation app is a positioning and wayfinding platform which doubles up as an interface
Stadiums have a complex environment with varied areas of security, tiered accesses for the spectators