A next-generation solution for indoor navigation.
Shopping malls, campuses, museums and other large buildings, can be difficult to navigate. Paper maps and other solutions have failed to help, leave visitors feeling lost and confused.
We enable you to provide your visitors with a next-generation indoor navigation experience, by leveraging new technologies such as AR and AI.
Augmented Reality is a new camera technology which allows developers to place virtual objects within the physical world. It’s used in Pokemon Go, to elevate the gaming experience, and in social apps such as Snapchat, to bring the world around you to life.
We use AR paths and arrows within your physical space, to guide your visitors to their destination. Combining AR with clear instructions (“Go right at Starbucks”, “Take the elevator up to Level 3”) and re-imagined indoor maps, means shoppers can spend more time in stores, and visitors can get where they need to be.
AR is fast. For visitors there’s no time wasted getting their bearings, or wondering if they’re headed the right way.
By eliminating the typical layers of abstraction and using the physical world as an interface, they have clear guidance across their entire journey.
Previous attempts to map indoor spaces have relied on inaccurate and expensive technologies, like beacons. For a world-class visitor experience, we build on cutting edge technology, such as Apple’s just-announced indoor mapping ecosystem. By combining next-generation wifi-based indoor positioning with AR, we’re able to precisely locate the visitor at all times and show them exactly where they need to turn.
That means they can feel free to browse around, and when they’re ready to continue, we can pick up the route from wherever they are.
Interactive, Re-Imagined Maps
When paired with AR, maps can provide a familiar interface, and overall context for where you are.
We’ve re-imagined how an indoor map should be designed, to match people’s perceptions of the indoor environment. It displays more info when you need it, and is engineered to work seamlessly side-by-side with the AR experience. Hold your phone down, we show the map. Hold your phone up, you’re in AR.