SPREO’s Indoor Navigation allows users instant familiarity for a venue that would otherwise seem foreign. With features such as the ‘Blue Dot’ Indoor Positioning, Turn-By-Turn Navigation, Maps, and Points of Interest (POIs), users confidently and efficiently reach their destinations. Concurrently, venue administrators can manage the content location based analytics.
Indoor Navigation and Wayfinding
Our wayfinding and navigation platform suits every use case by employing any combination of manual, on-demand, or real-time navigation and can be accessed on multiple devices including web, mobile, and more.
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SPREO's 3 Approaches to Mobile Wayfinding & Navigation
Manual navigation and wayfinding requires the user’s manual input of their location on the map to receive wayfinding routes to points-of-interest. See the chart below for description.
On-Demand navigation and wayfinding produces needed location accuracy when triggered by the user. This system uses BLE beacons and/or any other third party IPS provider to acquire user location. See the chart below for description.
Real-Time navigation uses continuous location positioning and provides the user a real-time blue-dot experience. It utilizes BLE beacons and/or third-party IPS providers. See the chart below for description.
Pathways and Routing
SPREO’s pathways within any large indoor facility can incorporate different constraints for the different types of users navigating through the facility. Facilities with varying security clearances, for example, will not route a user into areas that are off-limits for that user.
Connecting to Physical Spaces Via Mobile, Web Interface or Kiosks on Both iOS and Android devices
Display, Manage and Add Points Of Interest (POIs) on Facility Maps and Use Smart Search With Keywords and POI Categories
Venue Administrators Can Access and Manage Maps, Directory Content, Keywords, Analytics and Push Campaigns
Hardware-agnostic indoor positioning software, seamlessly works with any beacons, IoT gateways and Wi-Fi infrastructure (“virtual beacons”)