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Is your wayfinding partner profiling your patients?

by Jody Shaffer on 2/20/17 9:10 AM

Big data is said to be transforming the way we interact with consumers. As we go about our daily business, we leave a trail of digital breadcrumbs. Only these breadcrumbs aren't there to help us find our way home. Instead, they're used to profile us.

 

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What does it mean for a company to be Agile?

by Mehru on 9/28/16 11:04 AM

 

Agile is increasingly becoming the new norm across industries, but there’s still a certain air of mystery associated with what it really is.

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Will Toronto be the next global hub for technology & innovation?

by Jeannie on 8/2/16 8:30 AM
The term 'Silicon Valley of the North' is new to most people. With players like Seattle, Boston, San Jose and San Francisco in the headlines, it's hard to see what's happening in the tech scene beyond these power cities. But with recent acclamation from Crunch Network Contributor, Josh Guttman touting Toronto "as one of the biggest North American hubs for technology"—it's become clear that there are other metropolitan cities like Toronto who are moving fast into the scene.  

"Toronto is poised to contend as one of the biggest North American hubs for technology."

Josh Guttman 

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What is the best system for achieving 'Blue Dot' indoors?

by Akshay Konjier on 7/5/16 1:43 PM

Did you know that most people spend 90% of their time indoors? Given this sheer amount of time coupled with the staggering growth in the absolute size of indoor spaces, it's no wonder that people are finding it more difficult to navigate while inside. Recognizing the issues and impact associated with people being lost indoors, venue owners in various industries such as corporate offices, shopping malls and hospitals are beginning to invest in technologies to help improve indoor navigation for their patrons. 

While most of us are quite comfortable finding our way outdoors using the industry standard GPS, this solution is not functional indoors. So how do you go about finding your way indoors? When you move from the outdoor GPS environment into a building you can be guided using an app on your phone that is connected to an Indoor Positioning System (IPS). Although IPS's do not have an industry standard like GPS does, there are a variety of technologies that can be used to help you find your way. This is achieved using the same real-time location recognition as a GPS nav system in your car. The equivalent to this for the indoors is referred to as 'Blue Dot' wayfinding. 

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A Better Way to Create Efficiencies in the Agile Office

by Shane George on 6/8/16 3:31 PM

The ever-increasing number of employee devices and channels of communication are complicating the agile work environment. If not integrated properly these tools that are meant to achieve efficiencies could quickly become marginally useful and hard to manage.

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