Navigine infrastructure-free Industrial Precision reliably provides sub-meter accuracy for indoor navigation based on sophisticated sensor fusion algorithms, pedestrian dead reckoning and model of human movements. Navigine’s firmware uses Inertial Measurement Unit - a set of gyroscopes, accelerometers, magnetometers and barometers - to calculate 3D coordinates. All calculations are done on the device. Collected coordinates can be transmitted in real time via Bluetooth to any compatible device or stored locally for later use.
Navigine’s Industrial Precision is targeted for:
- Cellular carrier: to measure and improve cellular coverage in buildings when GNSS is not available.
- Firefighters and special service units: operation control, team tracking and navigation inside unknown buildings underground navigation.
- Detection of motion patterns: automatic call for help for people with disabilities in case of fall.
Navigine’s Industrial Precision is available for order at navigine.com. Pricing starts at $750 for Developer Kit.
Oleg Demidov, co-founder and CBDO at Navigine: “We are glad to present our cutting-edge solution for European customers at the largest industrial event in Europe. It may open new business opportunities for such companies as Mobile operators, Firefighters and other special service units.”
Igor Bogachev, VP, executive director of IT Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation: “Hannover Messe is the perfect place to demonstrate industrial mobile applications. Navigine offers a unique indoor navigation platform to its clients and partners, which allows them to create flexible and scalable model in the chosen industrial applications.”