Indoor Mapping Blog

What You Need to Know About Indoor Maps

by Jibestream on 4/16/19 12:41 PM

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"When we think about IoT technology as it relates to large complex buildings, especially in the context of connected offices and corporate campuses, it’s easy to focus on the ‘things’ that make up the Internet of Things. While important, beacons and sensors are only part of the equation. Location-awareness is key to making a space ‘smart,’ which means having a digital representation of the location to provide meaningful geospatial context. Put simply, without digitized indoor maps, you can have an indoor positioning system, but your end users will only see a blue dot floating on a blank screen. Context is the key here."

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The Promises and Predictions Around 5G, AI and IoT - the Connectivity Trinity

by Chris Wiegand on 4/2/19 9:59 AM

If you followed any of the conversation around Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC19), you would have seen a lot of buzz around what’s being dubbed the ‘intelligent connectivity trinity,’ comprised of 5G, AI, and IoT. The broader theme of MWC19, Intelligent Connectivity, speaks to the maturation of the 5G conversation as it shifts to examine the broader implications 5G will have on network management and IoT use cases.

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Applications of Indoor Maps and Machine Learning

by Aaron Wong on 3/26/19 10:00 AM

In my role as an Enterprise Solutions Architect, I get to spend a lot of time helping innovative organizations envision and implement exciting Internet of Things (IoT) projects. I get to see the impact of location-aware technologies on business intelligence initiatives firsthand. If there’s one thing I’ve come to observe with increasing frequency over the last few years, it is the power of geospatial context for IoT projects.

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Enterprise Technology Implementation Project Management Tips from the Experts

by Jibestream on 3/20/19 9:04 AM

Implementing new technologies can be difficult at the best of times, but in enterprise organizations, there is an escalated level of risk, challenge, and ultimately, reward. We’ve compiled enterprise implementation tips from leading project and change management experts around the world to help you ensure that your projects run smoothly from discovery to post mortem.

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3 Ways Indoor Maps are Changing Bus Stations for the Better

by Jibestream on 3/12/19 9:28 AM

The extent to which bus stations serve as both major transportation hubs and key community centers means that they are often very complex public spaces. In many parts of the world, buses are the most frequently used method of travel, and hub stations are often integrated community-centric venues that see millions of visitors every year in urban centres. Given the high volume of traffic in and around bus stations, there is great potential for indoor mapping and navigation technology to simplify and improve operations within these busy, complicated facilities.

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