Indoor location is the backbone to smart building initiatives. A single solution can drive a multitude of operating solutions and end-user experiences. Invest once and innovation is limitless.
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Indoor location’s applications go far beyond shopping. It can dramatically improve labor deployment, real estate utilization, tenant experiences, facilities management, food services, and more. Check out the InnerSpace platform with proprietary sensors, and out-of-the-box business solutions to improve the bottom line for business operations.
“Massive business transformation requires disrupting the status quo,” said Jason Gamblen, Chief Revenue Officer, InnerSpace. “Our scalable platform empowers clients to deploy faster, test theories quickly, and do so without multiple vendors and professional services to manage. We are driving better business outcomes by reducing labor costs, improving customer experiences, and supporting Smart Building initiatives that maximize real estate utilization and decrease utility costs.”
Even though most people think about GPS when they think about location-based technology, it has evolved beyond GPS and is now heading indoors. After all, people spend a lot of time in places like shopping malls, grocery stores, office buildings, museums, hospitals, airports and more. GPS isn’t enough to map these indoor locations. So it makes sense to develop the necessary technology.
Find out how indoor location can be used to improve your business simply by incorporating intelligence into your decision-making, products and services.
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Apple stepped up its position for indoor way finding. But there's a fundamental problem with the company's approach. Scalability. Find out how new technologies have overcome the pitfalls of disparate technologies that plagued indoor location in the past.
While recent developments in indoor data are impressive, the best is yet to come. At InnerSpace, we believe 2018 is going to be a big year for indoor mapping and location data. In this post, we’ll look at some of the major trends that will shape the way indoor data will be used in the year ahead.
Using GPS and triangulation technology, Enhanced 911 (E911) has been successful in pinpointing locations. But only outdoors. When calls are made from malls, museums, warehouses, office towers and other indoor spaces, accurately pinpointing someone’s location is next to impossible. Fortunately, recent advances in indoor location technology are set to solve the problem.
If you’re involved in a startup, you know how quickly a business can move. Finding digital solutions that foster growth—by making your company leaner, improving your product or service, or developing your brand—can be a major key to success. In this post, we thought we’d share some of the tools that has helped us move quickly.