Starting today, the Venetian-Palazzo Casino and Hotel (owned by The Las Vegas Sands Corp.) is beginning to employ an app technology by Meridian as their indoor navigation service of choice in order to help you get around their casino more efficiently. This new “wayfinding” technology will reside in the resort’s new app called VP Pocket Concierge.
How Meridian plans to survive the indoor challenge presented by Google’s own mapping ambitions is the real question here. Why pay for a custom solution when Google is free?
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