Indoor navigation usessmall Bluetooth devices, called tags, that are placed in the light fixtures in abuilding or facility. These tags emit a unique signal that can be picked up by a smartphone or other device equipped with a Bluetooth receiver. An indoor navigation app on the device can then use the signals from the tags to determine the device's location within the building and provide directions to a specific destination. The app can also use the Bluetooth signals to trigger actions or provide information about a particular location, such as displaying information about an exhibit in a museum or providing access to a locked door. This technology is useful for large indoor spaces such as airports, malls, and hospitals where GPS signal may not be reliable.
By combining data from Bluetooth tags, occupancy sensors, security cameras, door sensors, etc. and then analyzing it with the latest AI technology, Energio can provide accurate counts of people in each section of a building
But counting people is not enough! How your employee's and customers move through a building is more important now than ever.
Our advance AI technology collects minute by minute data from all of our data sources and over time can even begin to predict traffic patterns through out your facility, allowing you to make informed decisions on needed space, infrastructure, safety considerations and staffing needs.