We spend 90% of our lives indoors in houses, offices and shopping malls – all places where satellite navigation is flakey at best. In 2017 that’s poised to change, as indoor navigation will start to grow in popularity this year and be one of the biggest tech trends of the nearest future. According to Deloitte report, by 2022 at least a quarter of all uses of precise digital navigation will include an indoor leg or be for an entirely indoor journey. Growth will be stimulated by sustained improvements in the accuracy of indoor navigation over the medium term. Precise indoor navigation’s potential is significant, is likely to benefit most vertical sectors, and have impacts on government, businesses and consumers alike. So we expect an increase of demand for indoor navigation in different areas of people’s life.
GNSS or GPS does not work properly inside buildings or in a complicated urban environment. Depending on a particular case our business clients may improve customer experience during a visit of their facilities, increase safety level on site or empower internal logistics decisions