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.
Using location intelligence and mapping can transform campus dining services by delivering a new perspective on your customers.
Indoor location intelligence can help property owners and managers deliver a better experience - while saving reset costs - for prospective tenants.
The demand for warehouse space has exploded in recent years as eCommerce continues to grow. But it's not just about the space. Customer expectations have evolved, which means warehouses need to operate more efficiently and extend services that reflect the customer journey.
On the surface, the retail crisis seems relatively simple. The rise in eCommerce has eliminated the costly real estate, staffing, inventory and franchising issues that plagues brick-and-mortar stores. Analysts cite overstocking, a lack of brand loyalty, and declining foot traffic as the leading causes of declining in-store sales. It isn’t a pretty picture.
In 1998, a group of healthcare professionals stood in front of a map of the hospital where they worked. They unspooled a ball of blue yarn, which they then used to trace the path that a typical cancer patient had to take to receive chemotherapy. What they discovered shocked them.
When you think about the problem InnerSpace solves - being able to understand how people and things behave within a built space - our feline friends felt like a great way to celebrate a part of our internal culture, but also to communicate with prospective customers how they can use the InnerSpace platform to solve some very real pain points in their business.