21 September infsoft’s and Siemens’ partnership ensures comfort and safety for building users and operators September 21, 2017 By Katja Streich Company News 0 The Siemens Building Technologies Division strengthens its technology portfolio for digital buildings by incorporating infsoft's integrated solutions. Siemens strengthens its technology portfolio for digital buildings The Siemens Building Technologies Division is incorporating infsoft's integrated solutions into its product portfolio. infsoft offers software solutions and system components for indoor positioning processes. The products enable accurate real-time positioning of objects and people inside buildings. Added value for building users and operators By linking location-specific data with existing building infrastructures, Siemens is offering building users and operators clear added value. Indoor navigation helps visitors find their way around the premises quickly and efficiently. The opportunity of individually controlling room temperature and lighting via smartphone app or finding and reserving a free meeting room nearby offers enhanced comfort. Tracking solutions enable not only the implementation of inventory management and theft prevention, but also the evacuation of employees in the case of an emergency. All these services provide insightful information on the interests and behavior of building users. Increased efficiency of building infrastructures and processes "Location-based services are an ideal addition to our existing portfolio for efficient and safe buildings. We turn buildings into places where people are comfortable and able to work productively," claims Eike-Oliver Steffen, Head of the Solution Business for the Siemens Building Technologies Division. "Indoor positioning systems can provide helpful insights into the use of a building and thus enrich the analysis of building processes,” says infsoft CEO Tobias Donaubauer. Important key figures for building management include information on when and where users enter and leave a building, which areas are the most frequented and how much time is spent there. This user data can be correlated with building technology, energy consumption, space utilization and even with the planning of new buildings." infsoft's proven platform covers a variety of technological options and use cases, including indoor positioning using Bluetooth beacons and highly accurate asset tracking via Ultra-wideband. The user-friendly backend helps to analyze and manage the obtained data. Download Download of press release (PDF) and image material Related Individual Solutions for Modern Clinics – Stiegelmeyer Presents Bed Management Systems with Software from infsoft at MEDICA German hospital bed specialist Stiegelmeyer presents itself at the world's largest medical technology trade fair MEDICA in Düsseldorf – with solutions of the software company infsoft. Finding the right track at the Zürich main train station using indoor navigation Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) has released a new version of their "My Train Station" app. It was developed by the company infsoft from Großmehring near Ingolstadt, which specializes in indoor navigation and indoor services. Indoor Navigation: Frankfurt Airport guides passengers to the right gate using a cross-media approach Fraport AG has just released a new version of its Frankfurt Airport app. The technology enables cross-media navigation via various devices. An online shop is also new. infsoft positions itself as an IoT specialist with its new LocAware platform® The supplier for indoor positioning interconnects its tools in an overlapping platform. The FRA app for the Frankfurt Airport gets a translation function The FRA app developed by infsoft for the Frankfort Airport has been updated: The Sign Translator was added in version 2.4. Travelers can use the app to scan airport signs and translate them into Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Arabic, Korean or Spanish. Interactive Airport Desk for the Frankfurt Airport Passengers at the Frankfurt Airport have been using the "Interactive Airport Desk" ("I-AID") for information since September 21st. The software for the large touchscreen comes from the company infsoft from Großmehring near Ingolstadt, which specializes in indoor navigation and indoor services. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.