LocationSmart, which offers the broadest reach and the largest U.S. footprint of location services to over 360 million devices – both mobile and landline – took another large step when it teamed up with ZOS Communications to provide developers a one-stop shop for successful application development.
The ZOS Platform-as-a-Service allows mobile devices to receive live, relevant, location-based marketing and communications across all carriers and operating systems. It delivers a best-in-breed hybrid location platform that can be deployed in the challenging technical environments and maximizes micro location accuracy.
“It’s exciting to be on the forefront of enabling a whole host of indoor location applications,” said Mario Proietti, CEO at LocationSmart. “We are proud to team with ZOS to bring new context-aware services to market.”
By integrating ZOS’ device-based hybrid location services, contextual triggering and alerts into its industry leading cloud-based location platform, LocationSmart will provide a powerful combination of network- and device-based location services via the cloud through a single Web interface.
It also integrates two-way messaging to easily communicate with users, and has a portfolio of privacy consent methods in place for easy user adoption.
Thus, developers will have the flexibility they require to develop mobile apps and call-based solutions, quickly and effectively across major device platforms and wireless networks.
They can also define more precise and specific geofences and use the APIs and device-based location SDK either as a standalone unit or in combination with existing apps.
LocationSmart is being seen by ZOS officials as a natural fit to bring enhanced solutions to carriers and large enterprises.
In related news, TechnoCom Corporation, a renowned provider of enterprise location solutions, has announced an unprecedented ability to locate over 260 million mobile devices and over 100 million landline phones through its enterprise location platform.
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