Smart Buildings

Exploring the Indoor Positioning Standards, Guiding the Sector to Interoperability

A 2016 global survey highlighted that one of the key barriers preventing widespread usage of indoor positioning services is the lack of interoperable solutions and practices. The results, published in a white paper, showed that more than 80% of respondents cited interoperability as either “important” or “very important.” The results underline one of the key issues facing the occupancy and location based services industry. To address the need for interoperable solutions and practices for indoor positioning, the key consortiums are working in multiple international communities seek the widespread adoption of effective standards for accessing and using indoor maps. “Improved standards encourage interoperability, facilitating the implementation of solution and platforms that can support hardware from a variety of suppliers, as well as improving the ability of end users to integrate data outputs with existing enterprise and building systems operations,” explained our recent report: Occupancy Analytics & In-Building Location Based Services 2017 to 2022. A variety of […]

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