For all of its awesome applications, GPS has two fundamental flaws: It doesn't work indoors, and it can't really detect altitude. An Indoor Positioning System would fix that -- and introduce some seriously awesome applications.
According to Stategy Analytics 80% of mobile data consumption originates from indoors where GPS doesn’t work. A lot of companies are popping up to fix that problem as the rapid growth of the location-based services (LBS) market dema... Read Post
Toronto-based Guardly announced today the launch of its indoor positioning system (IPS) tech, adding more specificity and heightened capabilities in environments like office buildings to their mobile safety solution. The startup, wh... Read Post