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Studies have found that people spend 80-90% of their time indoors. So it's no surprise that one of the most promising technologies for buildings is Indoor Positioning Systems (IPS). An IPS simply locates objects and people in a building and provides location dependent information. Such data could be used optimize the building operations, correlating the occupant data to building systems, energy consumption, space utilization, and even using the data for renovations of existing buildings or design of new buildings. So we track and locate people and objects outdoors in real-time via GPS; IPS provides for similar tracking Soindoors.