TAG: location

Esri launches indoor mapping solution

July 9, 2018By
According to Esri, ArcGIS Indoors applies the latest location technology to allow users to see and share where assets, rooms, departure gates and offices are located. (Photo: Esri)

Esri has debuted ArcGIS Indoors, which is designed to enable interactive indoor mapping of corporate facilities, retail and commercial locations, airports, hospitals, event venues, universities and more. According to Esri, the solution applies the latest location technology to allow users to see and share where assets, rooms, departure gates and offices are located. ArcGIS Indoors uses data streams, real-time processing and... read more

Raytheon contracted to demonstrate Army mobile intelligence platform

April 11, 2018By

FoXTEN software product gives soldiers access to real-time intelligence data in the field. Raytheon Company has been awarded a U.S. Army contract to demonstrate the company’s commercially available mobile intelligence platform that will allow soldiers to quickly collect and access information on the battlefield. Raytheon’s commercial laptop-based platform, called the FoXTEN, may be considered as a future mobile component of the... read more

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Esri takes top award for Internet of Things innovation

January 4, 2016By
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Geospatial technology company Esri was honored at the TM Forum Catalyst InFocus event for the company’s contributions to developing solutions for a more connected world. TM Forum, a global industry association for digital business, presented Esri and partners with the Most Innovative Catalyst Award. “We’re driving toward the ultimate Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem where you can bring different applications... read more

what3words Uses 3 Words as Coordinates to Identify Location

February 10, 2015By

what3words explains its coordinates system based on words while at the 2015 Esri Federal GIS Conference, held Feb. 9-10 in Washington, D.C. what3words splits Earth’s surface into 57 trillion 3-meter by 3-meter squares, and gives each square a unique combination of three words — replicated in eight languages — that identifies the area.   read more

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