NavVis featured in story on indoor navigation by Technology Review

June issue of Technology Review prominently features NavVis in a detailed report on indoor navigation. The article highlights the growing demand for detailed indoor maps and explains the predecessor of NavVis M3 mapping trolley. M3 allows to create centimeter accurate and photorealistic 3D maps at a significantly lower price point compared to existing solutions. The report additionally highlights the disadvantages of WiFi- and Bluetooth-beacon based indoor navigation - high cost per square meter and limited accuracy. NavVis's computer vision based indoor localization allows for meter accurate positioning and provides direction of view without the need for additional infrastructure.

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