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Indoor location allows us to locate people or objects indoors thanks to the use of different technologies.
DS LABS is specialized in precise location using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons. By deploying a set of devices of this type, we can locate both people and objects as well as guide people, either indoors and outdoors. In addition, we can collect valuable information thanks to beacons, and this lets us know and analyse how people or objects move around. We can also obtain more information such as the most repeated routes, identify hot and cold areas, time spent in each area, frequency of visits and so on.
INTERNET OF THINGS
Internet of Things (IoT) is defined as a network of physical objects which contain embedded technology to communicate, measure or interact with its internal states and the external environment.
Humans interact with objects and systems like these: mobile phones, heating thermostats, cars, door keys, video cameras, TVs, GPS systems and so on; that can be controlled through the web. Users can ask for the status of these objects and, at the same time, we can get information collected by sensors installed in them.
Augmented Reality is used to define a vision through a technological device of the real world, whose elements are combined with virtual elements for the creation of a new reality.
Thus, Augmented Reality applications give users an experience of visualizing overlapping virtual elements over the real environment, creating the illusion that both worlds coexist in one.
It enriches the existing reality with other useful or necessary information by incorporating additional elements. It opens a world with huge possibilities for the fields of architecture, real-estate, construction, decoration, interior design, civil engineering, heavy industry, 3D design, product manufacture, training, etc.
Information management can be defined as the discipline that is responsible for everything that is related to obtaining information, its processing and the dissemination of knowledge that can be extracted from data.
Thanks to technological advances, we can gain valuable knowledge from the available information, and the management of this knowledge is essential to support the decision-making process in organizations.
The difficulty now lies in knowing how to store and process the large volume of data in a reasonable time. Technologies such as Big Data, Data Mining and non-relational databases make the management of this information easier.