The idea that may revolutionize global localization is born!
What happens when the technology we see and use every day, cannot be fully appreciated because of it's impracticalities!
The answer is : one day, someone with an idea simple and genius decides to transform it. Today we have such a story, a group of people who have had really innovative idea: Change the GPS as we know it today.
A team comprisng of people with very different formations coming from diverse cultural backgrounds that, have, together created something very interesting. A heterogeneous group that harmoniously decided to try to turn the world into a place where it is much more fun to live.
And this ambitious goal comes from their philosophy: Technology should measure up to mankind and be Humankind.
Gianni Alessandroni, head of IT and Developer & Director of the project Mygeopin to explains briefly: Mygeopin is a service of "street addressing 2.0 , is a geolocation service that is highly accurate and reliable that reinstalls human interaction” .
It is a whole new way to provide this service, that the "general public" is already fairly familiar with. But innovation, as we know, can very often be achieved by simply changing the point of view or thinking about something that we have under our noses to make it completely different.
The aim is to make the geolocation also fun, and in its own way, unique to the user .
Gianni heads a very motivated team, with extensive experience in developing hardware, software and marketing.
Miguel Carrasco, Business Developer, commented: “Mygeopin has the potential to really make our lives easier and also becoming indispensable in everyday situations”.
Emanuele Bonanni is Device Integration Manager, the main reason that pushed me to join the team is that I found that the Mygeopin App is great and, more, it’s based on a genial patented algorithm. I am convinced that this is the future of location. Mygeopin is how short-url were for urls! A simplification for all that will be, fast and easy, in a word "cool"!
Mygeopin simplifies localization
The world is a really big place and the geographic systems that we have to indicate where we are can be difficult to undestand. We all know that latitude and longitude are the two coordinates that may actually indicate the position unambiguously, but are definitely a little "unhandy" and absolutely NOT user-friendly. When is the last time you used the latitude and longitude to find someone or something?
5 continents and over 200 countries, more than 400,000 city and an untold number of addresses, squares, streets also not yet identified or who may have two names, one of which is no longer official but that some people still use. These are experiences that we all share, and this often makes it difficult to answer the question "where?".
Mygeopin simplifies the complex system of GPS coordinates , transforming it into a code much more manageable and easy to remember . Also because the main focus is to become particularly useful in everyday situations, even more so now when a great number of us have a smartphone and geolocation system.
Communicating positions can really be simpler than it is today
Besides being in a place and not knowing how to show where you are is not a fun. Who has never got lost during a trip? Yes, of course, also getting lost is an experience and it is certainly educational but not pleasant and could, as of today, be a thing of the past:)
Geolocation made simple!
If you need locate a precise position today it means having, for example, longitude and latitude -29.9643784926565, -90.0680637359619, which for the most of us doesn’t mean anything.
With Mygeopin becomes a code like US,NEW ORLEANS,EDJH
That’s something else, is not it? But why not more personalized than that? Perhaps, US,NEW ORLEANS, SEAFOOD
Now the idea really seems more appealing, doesn't it?
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