The newspaper El Mundo highlights the innovative technology crafted by Situm to provide an efficient and easy to install solution to the indoor location problem creating an indoor GPS.
Although we have all already integrated the use of GPS into our lives, it only works outdoors. WiFi, bluetooth, and magnetic waves are three of the signals that an intelligent device can detect, such as the smartphone. We can usually find these signals in most buildings where a certain type of activity takes place. This phone –a small robot– also has its own inertial sensors. The combination of these elements is the key to Situm, managing to locate both indoors and outdoors. Compatibility and precision at your fingertips.
Another of its strengths is, of course, the efficiency and simplicity of its deployment. It doesn’t need much more than the infrastructure already present in hospitals, stations, or shopping centers, among others. Besides, the indoor location also proves to have many other advantages for both our customers and users. The system is based on a robust, versatile, integrable, and scalable platform.
Thus, this national newspaper manages to explain with an illustrative graphic how this new technology works. If finishes highlighting what applications it is already developing, as well as the ones ahead for the future.
Finally, it highlights the simplicity of its deployment: “The company has developed an application that allows the detection of WiFi points, ‘bluetooth’ and the magnetic fields of each space in less than an hour”.
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