The Geolocation information is increasingly CRITICAL for all applications. Current technology cannot meet all needs…
The inception of GPS technology in the civilian world since the 2000s profoundly changed the habits and processes of numerous industries. Geolocation information has become strategic in many areas, for the general public, services, industrial sites and sensitive applications. However, GPS technology has its pitfalls as it is still remains ineffective in many environments, where it is too sensitive to interferences, lacks accuracy, and is unavailable especially in sheltered and obstructed areas. Without a technological renewal, this approach remains incomplete and unavailing for many sectors.
The loss or inaccuracy of geolocation information is a critical downside and an obstacle to further innovation for many industries including for ports and airports industries, rail management, logistics, construction, drilling, mapping, aerospace and defense, the medical world, the video game industry, transportation of valuable goods or the mobility of disabled people.
Alternatives to the GPS or complementary technology are currently almost nonexistent on the marketplace. RF solutions still require infrastructure and are too inefficient and not adapted to the industrial world. Purely high-performance inertial solutions remain too expensive and bulky for most industries, unlike the Sysnav technology.