ARway Corporation is a no-code, no-beacon spatial computing platform which is looking to disrupt the Augmented Reality wayfinding market.
The company has recently signed six new deals for its Software Development Kit (SDK) which showcases the increasing demand for this disruptive technology. The deals all range in size, from $600 to $10,000 based on the usage of the platform. The company has seen significant interest which is only accelerating, resulting in new deals and large brands that are looking to take their wayfinding experience to the next level.
ARway is signing up new creative agencies weekly, these creative agencies work with numerous customers and brands that want AR wayfinding technology. By subscribing to the platform, the agency can demonstrate ARway capabilities to their clients and act as a reseller for Arway’s solution. The company is currently in negotiations for multiple full-service AR wayfinding contracts.
ARway recently launched new upgrades for its wayfinding platform to offer new upgrades to its spatial computing capabilities. Wayfinding technology is utilising the power of AR to create seamless wayfinding experiences for users. This technology is used to help people navigate a large space. ARway can be used to map an entire venue and through the use of AR attendees to events such as a games conferences can follow step-by-step directions on how to get to specific locations.
The Global Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation (IPIN) market is projected to reach $44 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 42% from 2018 to 2025, according to Allied Market Research. Arway’s SDK contains code libraries and API information that allows developers to build their own white label and private label mobile apps on both iOs and Android. Creators and agencies will be able to develop and access ARway APIs to author maps using the Web Creator Portal.
The company shared details that Saudi German Health has chosen to use Arway’s AR wayfinding solution for a single project that could expand into a system-wide expansion covering 15 hospitals. The project intends to bring AR technology to the healthcare sector to implement wayfinding and guiding solutions, aimed at enhancing the patient experience and making navigation around hospitals more efficient.