Junaio’s well known for its augmented reality platform and navigation capabilities, that have recently been directed to indoor navigation. Such functions get enhanced on smartphones, with the Kiosk Europe Expo 2010 Channel being the first real life implementation of junaio’s indoor nav solution.


The new technology combines GPS and compass-based geo-information with the LLA-marker-technology (latitude, longitude, altitude market, patent pending). Thus, augmented reality services are enabled inside buildings, a great solution for trade fairs, like Kiosk Europe Expo 2010, or for shopping malls and museums.

Users will find their way around each new place they visit, courtesy of junaio’s solution, that can be seen in action n the video below. Junaio also provides an open API, allowing developers to create their own augmented reality apps with great features. More info can be found here.

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