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Worldwide Indoor Location Market Growing at 46.0% CAGR to 2019 Says a New Research Report Available at RnRMarketResearch.com

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DALLAS, Aug. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Indoor Location Market has seen substantial demand in recent years for indoor positioning and navigation equipment in the market place across verticals. The demand is surging in those industries that were early indoor location adopters. With potential opportunities in emerging verticals, there is a good investment that is being done in the indoor location research, development, and innovation by the majority of the market players. Absence of satellite signals inside the indoor spaces clearly indicated the need for indoor technologies. Hence, indoor location devices came into existence. The device manufacturers and other members in the ecosystem made tremendous efforts to build a culmination point for the proximity electronics, surveying systems, and the informatics. They still strive to bring greater possibilities in the indoor location system. The indoor location technologies are built around the Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies, with the main difference of their utility in navigating indoor spaces, such as malls, megastores, offices, airports, casinos, amongst others. The methods and techniques used in the accurate mapping and navigation require no complex infrastructure. Thus, the implementation becomes hassle free. Complete report is available at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/indoor-location-market-indoor-positioning-and-indoor-navigation-ipin-indoor-mapping-indoor-lbs-indoor-analytics-by-positioning-systems-network-based-independent-hybrid-global-advancements-market-report.html .

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Publisher believes that there are multiple factors that are shaping the future of the indoor location market. One of them is the increasing number of applications that are addressing the expressed market need. Secondly, the need to deploy cost control measures is being fulfilled by the indoor location apps. Even though the adoption of this technology is relatively slow due to indoor environment challenges and performance requirements, these solutions are expected to grow steadily and shall have a pervasive existence across all the major verticals. Improved customer experience, on a real-time basis, will be the major 'pull' factor. Companies profiled in this research include Apple Inc, Broadcom, Cisco, Ericsson,  Google, Microsoft, Motorola Solution Inc., Nokia, Siemens, and Qualcomm. Order a copy of this report at http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=102153 .

Table of Contents for Indoor Location Market by Positioning Systems (Network-based, Independent, Hybrid), Maps and Navigation, Location based analytics, Location based services, Monitoring and emergency services – Worldwide Market Forecasts and Analysis (2014 – 2019) research report include:

1 Introduction
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Report Description
1.3 Markets Covered
1.4 Stakeholders
1.5 Research Methodology
1.6 Forecast Assumptions

2 Executive Summary
2.1 Abstract
2.2 Overall Market Size

3 Market Overview
3.1 Market Definition
3.2 Market Segmentation
3.3 Market Evolution
3.4 Market Dynamics
3.5 Value Chain

4 Indoor Location: Market Size and forecast By Hardware Devices
4.1 Overview and Introduction
4.2 Mobile Devices
4.3 Network Devices
4.4 Proximity Devices

5 Indoor Location: Market Size and Forecast By Software
5.1 Overview and Introduction
5.2 Indoor Maps and NAvigation
5.3 Indoor Location-Based Analytics

6 Indoor Location: Market Size and Forecast By Type of Positioning System
6.1 Overview and Introduction
6.2 By Network-Based Positioning System
6.3 By Independent Positioning System
6.4 Hybrid Positioning System

7 Indoor Location: Market Size and Forecast By Applications
7.1 Overview and Introduction
7.2 Real-Time Indoor Tracking and Navigation
7.3 Monitoring and Emergency Services
7.4 Indoor Location-Based Services
7.5 Navigation Pattern-Based Analytics

8 Indoor Location: Market Size and Forecast By Verticals
8.1 Overview and Introduction
8.2 Market Size and Forecast By Verticals
8.3 offices and Commercial Buildings
8.4 Government, Public Safety and Urban Security
8.5 Healthcare
8.6 Travel and Hospitality
8.7 Aviation
8.8 Academia and Education
8.9 Oil, Gas and Mining
8.10 Manufacturing, Distribution and Logistics
8.11 Others

9 Indoor Location: Market Size and Forecast By Regions
9.1 Overview and Introduction
9.2 North America (NA)
9.3 Europe
9.4 Asia Pacific (APAC)
9.5 Middle East and Africa (MEA)
9.6 Latin America (La)

10 Indoor Location: Market Landscape
10.1 Competitive Landscape
10.2 End-User Landscape

11 Company Profiles
11.1 Apple Inc
11.2 Broadcom
11.3 Cisco
11.4 Ericsson
11.5 Google
11.6 Microsoft
11.7 Motorola Solution Inc.
11.8 Nokia
11.9 Siemens
11.10 Qualcomm

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