SPIRIT Navigation’s solution is unique in providing precise positioning inside buildings without the need to install dedicated beacons transmitting special signals. SPIRIT Navigation’s innovative software enables positioning indoors based on fusion of a smartphone sensors’ data interacting with a specific proprietary map layer describing indoor spaces. SPIRIT’s technology is available to mobile operators and location-based service providers and offers accurate localization, search, routing and turn-by-turn navigation to the points of interest indoors.
"Analytic agencies predict that the Mobile Location-Based Services Market is set to exceed
SPIRIT’s solution for high precision indoor positioning and seamless navigation was presented to the
The results of the test are displayed in a video, that shows 1 meter accuracy for pedestrian dynamic positioning indoors.
About SPIRIT Navigation
SPIRIT Navigation, a subsidiary of SPIRIT DSP, specializes in development and licensing of high-tech positioning and navigation products, digital radio and data communications. SPIRIT Navigation has been a participant of Skolkovo foundation innovation project since 2012.
About EADS Russian Technology Office
EADS established the Russian Technology Office (RTO) in 2003 as a part of its corporate research network “EADS Innovation Works” to facilitate cooperation with the Russian research and development community and it has experience of running over 130 projects. The EADS Russian Technology Office is a Skolkovo resident.
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