IndoorAtlas, a global leader in indoor positioning, partners with ArchiFiles, a global independent provider of precise and updated indoor maps. This partnership will enable IndoorAtlas’s developer community to access ArchiFiles’s indoor maps.

“Process of mapping the building starts with a precise floor plan,” said Wibe Wagemans, President of IndoorAtlas. “Access to ArchiFiles’s global indoor maps will enable magnetic indoor positioning to take over the world, through developers and crowdsourcing.”

“ArchiFiles has demonstrated its capacity to create, update and protect hundreds of millions of personal geographic data over the last fourteen years,” said Olivier Guermeur, CEO of ArchiFiles. “We’re able to process and export indoor maps in any format, and are excited to support IndoorAtlas’s developers with our maps around the world.”

About ArchiFiles

With operations in the United States, Europe and Asia, ArchiFiles has very discreetly evolved into the first global independent provider of rich, precise and updated Indoor Maps, patiently building a reputation amongst large venue owners who now accept to entrust ArchiFiles to create and maintain rich 3D data over a very long time. ArchiFiles now licenses this exceptional inventory to global platforms and app developers.

About IndoorAtlas

Founded in 2012, IndoorAtlas is the global leader in magnetic positioning with over 270 million active monthly users. IndoorAtlas is transforming indoor positioning and advertising through patented technology that utilizes built-in magnetometers in smartphones to detect anomalies in the earth’s magnetic field to pinpoint location with an accuracy of 1-2 meters, without any additional infrastructure such as beacons or routers. IndoorAtlas is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA and Oulu, Finland.

Source: GeoCommunity