Inpixon News | Chris Wiegand

With a track record of success in both business growth and business transformation, Chris Wiegand has dedicated his career to discovering and creating business opportunities that address real-world needs. In 2009, Chris co-founded indoor mapping company Jibestream, and led its incredible growth from an idea to a globally recognized leader in the indoor mapping space. Chris joined the Inpixon team in 2019 with Inpixon’s acquisition of Jibestream, where he continues to be a leading voice in the indoor intelligence space, driving success for the company’s indoor intelligence solutions.

Three Ways Indoor Maps Do More for Complex Retail Buildings

October 24, 2019
The post "Three Ways Indoor Maps Do More for Complex Retail Buildings" appeared first on Street Fight Magazine. "Indoor maps and location-aware technologies have been...

What to Expect From 5G and IoT for Smart Spaces

May 23, 2019
  The post "What to Expect from 5G and IoT for Smart Spaces" appeared first on the IBM Internet of Things blog. "It’s impossible to avoid the buzz around 5G networks as...

Mapping the Year Ahead: IoT and IPIN Predictions for 2019

January 23, 2019
The post "Mapping the Year Ahead: IoT and IPIN Predictions for 2019" appeared first on DirectionsMag. "Over the past few years, the stage has been set for greater...

How Indoor mapping is going to change lives in 2019

January 14, 2019
The post How Indoor mapping is going to change lives in 2019 appeared first on GeoAwesomeness. Take a moment to think about everything that we’ve come to expect from our...

The “Next-Gen” shopping experience will rely on a solid data foundation

May 31, 2018
The post The “Next-Gen” shopping experience will rely on a solid data foundation appeared first on IBM Internet of Things blog. Retail has endured a turbulent time. The...

Top 5 trends shaping the future of enterprise asset tracking

August 1, 2017
  The post Top 5 trends shaping the future of enterprise asset tracking appeared first on IBM Internet of Things blog. Today there are literally billions of indoor assets...

Advances in wayfinding technology point hospitals in the right direction

August 1, 2015
Traditionally, hospital wayfinding has relied heavily on colour and symbolism, flooring and ceiling cues, easily identifiable landmarks, and static maps and signs. But...
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