London-based developer Andrew Hart has been working on AR navigation since Apple's original ARKit tool was still in beta preview. Now he is ready to unleash his technology around the world.
On Thursday, its startup Dent Reality released a new Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows companies to integrate AR with ARM in indoor maps for iOS ARKit apps
The Dent Reality SDK uses Computer Vision to align the user's location within the interior with greater accuracy than GPS and without additional hardware or beacons. In addition, the technology uses artificial intelligence to find the best route through space.
Interested parties For more information, visit the company's website.  Hart made 2017 for the first time an ARKit demo with AR navigation. He transferred this demo to a position at Blippar where his ARKit and core site were located Code contributed to AR navigation in the AR City app. Later he left Blippar and started Dent Reality in February 2018 and started developing the new SDK.
Since then, Google has introduced its own AR navigation mode for Google Maps. However, since this service works outdoors, Dent Reality still has a good opportunity to integrate its service into indoor navigation apps for a variety of customers … until Google catching up.