Your Success Is Our Success

Our global team of 50+ researchers, computer scientists, engineers, product strategists and customer support managers are focused on providing cutting edge services to enterprises all over the world. In just four years, we have gone from a small start-up with a great product to a leading global PaaS provider of indoor positioning services to 25,000 developers. And we are not done yet.  We continue to invest in our platform and features to provide you with the services you need to build world-class location-based services for your mobile users. Try us out risk free and sign-up now.

25,000 global developers

1.1M monthly active users – and growing daily!

1-2 meters positioning accuracy

15,000 crowdsourced buildings

8 patents; over 25 patents pending

Global customer support team

100+ countries

15 PhD’s

Offices in the USA, Asia & Europe

We’ve Been Awarded

Most Innovative Start-Up

Companies Using Our Platform

25,000 developers from enterprises around the world use our Platform

In media

Will IndoorAtlas become the third pillar in Indoor Location in 2016?

“Its major advantage over infrastructure is its scalability. Over time, if IndoorAtlas can become commonplace in apps and on devices, supporting crowdsourced mapbuilding, it has huge potential to become a true alternative to Google and Apple. Suddenly, any retailer can partner with them and tap into their location data stream for their venues. Similarly, any company looking to create services around indoor mapped venues, will look to license from IndoorAtlas”

Big in Japan! Geomagnetic Indoor Positioning

“…no other indoor positioning technology can scale so easily, simply because it is a software-only solution, with no hardware infrastructure to deploy and maintain. It is also easy to scale across millions of users”

Janne Haverinen: Mapping The Great Indoors

“Even in an age of GPS-equipped smartphones, it’s tough to pinpoint your exact location inside a building or underground. Janne Haverinen says his IndoorAtlas software, which combines a mobile device’s internal compass with his proprietary indexing of indoor magnetic fields.”