Listen to Manlio Allegra speak with Donny Jackson at IWCE’s Urgent Communications about the company's Z-axis solution and readiness for the global IoT market.
Jun 28, 2022
Feature phone users can now be located by emergency responders within one floor level inside multi-story buildings
Jun 20, 2022
The Company’s vertical location solution is integrated into feature phones for delivery to a U.S. Tier 1 carrier
Mar 16, 2022
In late September, I returned to IWCE for the first time since the pandemic cancelled last year’s in-person event where I participated in a panel titled Location, Location, Location: Keys for Incident Response
Oct 14, 2021
Qualcomm’s choice to work with us is a strong validation of Polaris Wireless’ deep experience in 3D location technology
Aug 27, 2021
“We are very enthusiastic about our collaboration with a world-class company like Qualcomm Technologies,” said Manlio Allegra, CEO and Founder of Polaris Wireless.
Aug 26, 2021
Polaris Wireless announced that its vertical-location (Z-axis) information can be delivered to carriers for 911 purposes by users of non-iOS and non-Android phones through a collaboration with Qualcomm
Aug 24, 2021
Wireless location innovators work to deliver z-axis location for feature phones and other cellular devices
Aug 19, 2021
This recorded webinar illustrates the Polaris Wireless 3D Location Platform’s innovative true hybrid software solution that provides high accuracy indoor and vertical location, is cloud-based and does not require changes to network infrastructure.
Jan 14, 2021
Bringing new dimension to location data is the field of “3D location.” This essentially takes typical lat/long coordinates and adds a Z-axis. It comes in handy in places like high-rise buildings and shopping malls.
May 29, 2020
5G will bring more advanced applications, many of which will be enabled by 3D location, providing an unbeatable combination of speed and accuracy. With all this optimism, is the promise of 5G too good to be true?
Apr 7, 2020
For an industry that makes its living identifying people and objects at a particular point in space, the geolocation industry has been very slow to make the move from two dimensions (2D) to three dimensions (3D). What explains the holdup?
Mar 30, 2020