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Indoor Geolocation Platform

Industries spend millions of dollars in staff time searching for lost equipment and finding people in need.

What if there was a simple way to accurately track the location of your most critical assets?

Unlike any IoT geolocation solution you’ve seen, Connected Solutions’ Patented Indoor Geolocation Platform, a PwC Product, uses no in-room infrastructure. Operating with no beacons that require maintenance, impact aesthetics, or pose security threats, IGP equips you with an IoT geolocation solution in days – not months. How? IGP leverages pre-existing signals and their strengths, such as WiFi and Bluetooth to create a unique fingerprint for each room or major space on your property. Say goodbye to the days of reliance on WiFi hotspots, cellular networks, or cumbersome beacon deployments, so your enterprise focuses on what’s really important – your customer experience.

Introducing PwC’s Indoor Geolocation Platform, a part of Connected Solutions. IGP lets you instantly locate inventory, equipment, and even employees when they need to be found.

Locate staff:
Meet compliance requirements to pinpoint the whereabouts of your most critical assets – your employees – when they request assistance to their location using a rapid response button.

Track assets:
Always know where inventory is so you can prevent it from being lost, stolen, or misplaced – helping staff improve time management and focus their energy where it matters more.

Decrease waste:
Monitor and regulate energy consumption using connected sensors that roll up to an analytics dashboard – so you can identify inefficiencies and optimize operations.
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