Indoor Positioning is a Symbian application, which indicates a mobile device’s current location within a building (where GPS normally does not work).
With the phone application you can decide if you want to share your indoor position with others. If you decide to share your position it is sent to a server and your colleagues can see where you have been seen last.
Developed in Nokia Alpha Labs (restricted access), Nokia’s Internet services and applications developer community, the application is based on WLAN technology. It runs on Nokia S60 3rd edition phones that have WLAN support, for example: E51, E60, E61, E65, E70, E90, N80, N91, N92, N93, N95.
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* Helsinki-Vantaa airport
* Nokia House
* Palo Alto
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