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IndoorAtlas

IndoorAtlas develops a geomagnetic indoor positioning technology for public safety, indoor maps and navigation, transportation, retail and asset tracking to healthcare and emergency management

2.2
Million € funding
1.5
yrs
Funding instrument Horizon 2020 SME instrument phase 2
Duration 1,5 years, Oct 2016 - Apr 2018

Today more than 4 billion people live in urban environments, spending over 90% of their time indoors. Spinverse helped secure SME Instrument funding to scale-up and expand the disruptive geomagnetic indoor positioning technology delivered as a scalable cloud platform.

How we reached the goals

Spinverse provided support in project preparation, including help in defining the scope, matching the call and formulating the text ensuring the overall quality. We supported in the budget and work plan preparation and assisted in the Grant Agreement preparation.

Key takeaways

Project’s target is to scale-up and expand IndoorAtlas’ concept into new geographical and sectoral markets by reaching to potential customers in new industrial verticals, as well as enhancing global support and customer success.

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