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Bluetooth Beacons Provide New Value Inside the Hospital

7 minute read |
July 17, 2020
  Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons provide an unprecedented opportunity for hospitals to revolutionize both the visitor and patient experience, whilst also improving...

What is the best system for achieving 'Blue Dot' indoors?

10 minute read |
July 9, 2020
While most of us are quite comfortable finding our way outdoors using the industry standard GPS, this solution is not functional indoors. So how do you go about finding...

Using Location Technology for Good in Times of Turbulence

5 minute read |
March 24, 2020
  In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, many are wondering how technology can be leveraged in the service of public health to keep people safe and halt the spread...

Preparing for 5G & Its Impacts on Indoor Positioning & Detection

9 minute read |
December 9, 2019
  Inpixon has been a leader in wireless detection for over a decade, thanks in large part to our continuing investment in R&D as new technologies launch. We actively...

Wayfinding and Blue Dot: What's the difference?

7 minute read |
September 10, 2019
  When you’re starting your digital wayfinding journey, it’s helpful to know the distinctions in terminology as you begin conversations with various vendors. One of the...

3 Indoor Location Sharing Use Cases That Users Will Love

7 minute read |
August 7, 2019
Location sharing on personal devices can be a contentious topic and organizations planning on deploying location-aware apps with indoor location sharing capabilities must...

3 Examples of Real-World Indoor Asset Tracking

8 minute read |
May 7, 2019
If you think of all of the movie plots that have relied on a hero placing a GPS tracking chip on a person or a car to follow them, how frequently are their plans foiled...

Wayfinding, iBeacons, and The Customer Experience Revolution

7 minute read |
January 24, 2019
  [Image source: Virgin Atlantic] The customer experience revolution is underway. Led by companies like Apple, Amazon, and Virgin Atlantic, these “experience companies”...


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