Indoor Mapping Blog

How Indoor mapping is going to change lives in 2019

by Chris Wiegand on 1/14/19 7:58 PM

The post How Indoor mapping is going to change lives in 2019 appeared first on GeoAwesomeness.

Take a moment to think about everything that we’ve come to expect from our experiences outdoors. Our base expectations include things like efficient, intelligent navigation to our destinations and real-time location information about those journeys using apps like Waze. We expect to be able to order food at any time of day or night, then watch it travel from the restaurant to our house on our phones using various delivery apps with asset tracking.

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The Importance of Moving to a Place-Centric IoT Approach

by Chris Wiegand on 1/8/19 9:25 AM

Many Internet of Things (IoT) journeys begin by sending data from devices to the cloud, and eventually expand to incorporate the ability to send commands back to those devices. Whilst this is often the most traveled path in IoT adoption for companies, this type of device-centric approach can wind up limiting the scope and scalability of IoT projects. When setting out on the IoT journey, it is imperative to embrace the kinds of technology architectures that lay the foundation for future innovation and won’t hinder your growth in the future.

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Webinar: Navigating a Better Patient Experience - Lee Health's Digital Transformation

by Jody Shaffer on 1/3/19 9:15 AM

It's an exciting time for the healthcare industry and emerging digital technologies. The industry is on the crest of digital transformation and healthcare providers are set to ride the proverbial wave by leveraging indoor mapping and location-aware technology to create an environment that is both situationally aware and patient-centric. Among those innovating is Southwest Florida's healthcare system, Lee Health.

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How Intelligent Wayfinding Improves Productivity at Corporate Campuses

by Jibestream on 1/1/19 11:10 AM

Corporate environments are fast-paced and need to enable employees to be as productive and efficient as possible. Improved productivity is achieved through many methods centered around moving friction from the employee's daily functions. This includes accounting for the ability to easily navigate the building(s), find meeting rooms, and locate stakeholders and colleagues in dynamic, agile environments.

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How Wayfinding is Creating Business Moments in the Digital Workplace

by Jibestream on 1/1/19 9:47 AM

Gartner defines a business moment as "a transient opportunity that is exploited dynamically," an opportunity that can last mere seconds. As businesses integrate more and more into the digital world, these moments have the potential for more frequent occurrence as consumers steer themselves through their purchasing experiences online. While their ability to improve efficiency and create new revenue streams has not been fully assessed yet, they do hold the promise of some burgeoning new opportunities. 

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