CES 2015: TRX Systems To Display NEON 3D Indoor Location And Navigation Mapping

Posted: Dec 18 2014, 6:10am CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2015: TRX Systems to display NEON 3D Indoor Location and Navigation Mapping
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TRX is also going to include Crowdsourced Navigation Mapping at the CES 2015. The TRX NEON FeatureSLAM will enable accurate indoor location by developing Crowdsourced indoor maps.

TRX Systems the developer of the NEON indoor Location solution has announced its plan to demonstrate its 3D indoor location and unique FeatureSLAM navigation map software at the International CES 2015 in Las Vegas.

TRX will run its display and demonstration from the 6th of January through the 9th of January 2015 in Eureka Park which is the flagship startup destination at CES 2015. It is located in the Sands on level 2; TRX will be at booth number 75390. TRX is also offering visitors at the CES 2015 to book meetings at info@trxsystems.com.

NEON patented algorithms combine data from all the available device sensors which include inertial, pressure, magnetic, Bluetooth, light, Wi-Fi and even GPS to calculate location. Plus the FeatureSLAM has many new features. It detects, locates and fuses to form indoor navigation maps.

These navigation maps are a collection of geo-referenced features and are used to deliver critical location corrections. All these features make the indoor location solution by TRX one of the best and most advanced.

Now coming to the FeatureSLAM, it basically crowdsources the construction of indoor navigation maps. Users are provided with consistent and accurate location performance over a wide range of building environments. The NEON Location Services API delivers location and elevation data for applications and can even accept location information or input from other applications.

TRX is now going to make its NEON location services as a software library which will be made available for Android devices. Now this is being done keeping mind that the TRX wants to deploy the TRX FeatureSLAM software as a cloud service. This TRX development is also being supported by the National Science Foundation.

Dr. Carole Teolis the cofounder and Chief Technology Officer of TRX Systems Inc. said that TRX detects the structural, RF, magnetic and other landmarks while the users move about. He explained that the integration of the crowdsourced FeatureSLAM capability with the rest of the state of the art technology allows TRX to deliver accurate location almost everywhere.

TRX Systems is famous for providing software and products that deliver location indoors and underground in such areas where GPS in not to be relied on or where it is unavailable. So it is TRX and its technology that helps people when they are in such a situation.

The TRX NEON location software is unique because it uses advanced sensor fusion and mapping algorithms to deliver accurate and real time location indoors. Plus if you did not know, TRX Systems is the winner of the 2013 ACA Luis Villalobos Award for Innovation and many other innovation awards. All along its journey TRX indoor location software development has been supported by the National Science Foundation and the US Army.

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The TRX Systems will be present with its new technology and products just like the other 3500 exhibitors at the CES 2015 in Las Vegas starting from the 6th of January.

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