GPS for Indoor Spaces
Reckon Point uses 360-degre imaging technology mounted to robots to develop GPS for indoor spaces. This technology can map maintenance operations and track materials.
With a combination of 3D laser scanners, radio frequency and magnetic sensors, and a precise navigation system, which collect Wi-Fi and magnetic data, the robots drive through an indoor space collecting data, which is then processed in our lab to develop models, positioning and maps.
This leads to the ability to track staff and assets via sensors, wearables, or mobile devices. MRO operations can keep staff safe by tracking how long technicians have been exposed to dangerous elements such as toxic materials, chemicals, fumes, vibration, and noise.
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