BY STEINAR MORLAND
With 160 000 sqm of indoor space, over 700 sessions, 12 000 attendants and roughly 120 exhibitors, Cisco Live 2017 in Berlin is a very challenging place to find your way around. MazeMap has set out to solve this challenge.
MazeMap will be present at the Cisco Live 2017 in Berlin Messe with a fantastic wayfinding solution.
MazeMap has made every session, exhibitor and other points of interest searchable in the Cisco Live app. What’s more, we also give you full wayfinding with directions and blue-dot navigation all the way to your destination. MazeMap uses positioning information from the wireless access points using Cisco’s CMX to find each user’s location.
MazeMap delivers wayfinding for the Cisco Live application.
MazeMap uses positioning information from the wireless access points using Cisco’s CMX to find each user’s location using triangulation between access points.
MazeMap leverages the WiFi triangulation positioning service in Cisco CMX to provide a blue-dot navigation experience at Cisco Live.
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