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Indoor Mapping

Point Inside has experience creating and maintaining indoor maps across a variety of industries like retail, airports, malls, hospitals. With Point Inside’s platform, you can add indoor maps and many useful features like wayfinding, search, spatial analytics, space planning and other services.


Point to point navigation guides users along the fastest, most efficient route.  Routes are configurable to support BOPIS rules and accessibility needs.  The scalable service easily supports dozens of waypoints.

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Indoor Positioning ("Blue Dot")

Indoor positioning unleashes the full power of indoor maps.  Whether you’re a retailer, an airport, a hospital, a stadium or another venue, the blue dot helps align the user to the content contained in the map.  Indoor positioning enables explicit actions like user notifications and background data collection to help you understand and create audience profiles for venue visitors.

Venue Specific Search

Point Inside’s search service treats ‘Every venue as a snowflake’ by building venue specificity into the core supporting queries for items, services, places, deals.  All queries are supported with autocomplete and sponsored search capabilities.

Point Inside Data Cloud

Point Inside offers its customers a cloud-based data management platform that ingests a wide range of data.  The data is used to enable common use cases for indoor map users.  Consumer features include viewing the map, searching and wayfinding.  Enterprise features include IoT device location management, space auditing and more.  All features create new signals for spatial analytics.  Mapping is not only “What we do”, it is “How we organize data”.

Indoor Positioning Technologies

With indoor positioning technologies you can bring in the added context of user location.  Point Inside offer’s a Location Manager in our native SDKs that has been pre-integrated with blue dot technology providers across a variety of technologies.  We’re often asked which is the best.  Unfortunately there isn’t a best.  It depends on the venue type and the use cases you’re trying to support.  One truth is evident however… You need an indoor map.  Indoor location is nothing without the context provided by the indoor map. The map provides an anchor point for the users as well as everything else around the user.