Mobile computing and advanced positioning systems

In the information age, mobile computing and real-time positioning and location systems, especially inside buildings, are increasingly valuable to companies and institutions. More than mere mobile applications, the demand for integrated solutions that include data acquisition, local computing and advanced communications systems is currently intensifying. 


The CCG/ZGDV Institute has extensive experience in developing mobile solutions supported by different communication technologies. By analyzing the requirements and context of each challenge, it is possible to identify the appropriate technological solution to implement in positioning and localization systems inside buildings.



CCG/ZGDV supports organizations through the following activities:

  • Design and implementation of positioning and localization systems in indoor spaces
  • Designing mobile computing solutions
  •  Development of data acquisition systems



Implement real-time management

Build positioning solutions inside buildings, through a minimum investment, with the possibility of using existing infrastructure. Minimize the effort required (time and distance traveled) to find products, tools or people inside a building.



Navigate inside large buildings

Create positioning solutions in interior spaces, through the construction of navigation applications that allow visitors to be guided and facilitate the entire orientation process.



Track visitors

Obtain real-time information regarding the route taken by each visitor, time spent in each location and number of visitors simultaneously in each location. This innovation allows access to all information in a non-intrusive way.


Implement advanced mobile computing systems 

Design advanced mobile computing architectures, in order to enable the use of devices to carry out operations in real time, in places without an internet connection.



Provide high-accuracy positioning 

Build highly accurate solutions, capable of being applied in complex areas (e.g. tunnels)