This startup only debuted its platform in late 2015, yet its enhanced maps are already found in the mobile apps of more than a dozen of the world’s largest airlines, including American, Delta, JetBlue, Lufthansa, and United. It’s working on on-premise location map displays for several major airports. It has created “centimeter-accurate” interior maps of the stores, products, and services (like ATMs) for more than 70 airports worldwide by using depth cameras, lasers, and other sensors. It has received $3.5 million in funding, with investors including SITA, the research-and-development arm of the airline industry.
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