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In the fourth episode of Untangled we are exploring the domains of indoor mapping and localisation. Mapping and localisation has reached incredible levels of accuracy over the years, but indoor mapping is lacking far behind.

To find out why that is and how it can be improved through the use of distributed ledger technologies we are talking to Georgios Pipelidis, co-founder of NavIndo, a Munich-based start-up dedicated to indoor mapping and localisation. We are also speaking to Bhaskar Krishnamachari, Director of USC Viterbi Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and the Internet of Things and Engineering Professor.

Show Notes

Watch Georgios collect tokens and creating maps with his smart phone
Watch how NavIndo's map making can be used in virtual reality
Learn more about USC Viterbi, the center Bhaskar Krishnamachari directs
Discover Bhaskar's research group and their publications
Learn more about NavIndo's project in the IOTA Ecosystem
Read the full version of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Learn more about blind people in Europe

Host: Casper Eicke
Music: Øystein Skullestad

What is Untangled?

Untangled is a podcast exploring the IOTA Ecosystem and beyond. Every other week we talk to experts within their fields about how distributed ledger technology can benefit in real world use cases.