Indoor location technology without mobile phones or wearable sensors for human flow analytics, tracking, security, environment interaction, and beyond.
Indoor location based services (ILBS) are a growing global market with a promising future. The applications are endless: human flow analytics, tracking, security, environment interaction, immersiveness, geofence, etc. to be applied in offices, museums, airports, railways, trade fairs, hospitals, hotels, shopping centers, industry, and more. The Grupo de Tratamiento de Imágenes (GTI) has developed a novel indoor location technology based on deep learning and computer vision to sense humans without mobile phones or wearable sensors. True information is collected from people in indoors, unlike other existing solutions in the market, since no collaboration is required by people by using their mobile phones or wearing sensors for acquiring their location. The accuracy is higher or comparable to that achieved by the best sensor-on-human based indoor location technology. Our technology is supported by patents, scientific studies, and projects, such as the “Living lab demonstrator for the bank office of the future” for the Santander Group, ISBAN, and PRODUBAN.
Intelligent indoor location technology that converts any room in a smart space capable of feeling people without any collaboration or sensor on human. All the existing indoor locations technologies in the market require that people wear a sensor or mobile phone for their localization.
Our technology is based on the latest deep learning and computer vision algorithms to offer a transparent, non collaborative, and non-intrusive human localization with an accuracy in the range of centimeters.
The applications are endless: human flow analytics, tracking, security, space interaction, immersiveness, geofence, etc. ready to be used in offices, museums, airports, railways, trade fairs, hospitals, hotels, shopping centers, industry, and more.
“The only human indoor location technology without any sensor-on-human requirement for flow analytics, tracking, security, environment interaction, and beyond”
“All the existing indoor localization technologies in the market require the use of active sensors and the collaboration of the own people to be localized and tracked”
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Innovation, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship Area
Centre of Support for Technological Innovation – UPM