Why would anyone want a connected bike? Smart location.
Smart Location can also help you keep track of the things you want to share with others.
Mario Proietti is a co-founder and CEO of LocationSmart. In his capacity as CEO, Mario has overseen the establishment of LocationSmart as an industry leader in location based services as a supplier of infrastructure to wireless carriers and cloud-based services to enterprises. Mario has spearheaded the creation of LocationSmart establishing the company as the operator of the most comprehensive location as a service platform in the industry.
Prior to LocationSmart, Mario worked as Director of Advanced Development at AirTouch Teletrac, where he led R&D activities for its ground breaking mobile location services. He also oversaw FCC regulatory initiatives for Teletrac's use of spectrum for location monitoring services, presenting before offices of the FCC, NTIA, Congress and the White House. Earlier, Mario held leadership positions at GM Hughes Electronics, in the Communications Systems Division of the Ground Systems Group, working on a number of first of their kind wireless and location systems using spread spectrum technology. Mario held supervisory and operations positions at Consolidated Edison and American Express prior to joining Hughes.
Mario obtained his M.S.E.E. from the University of Southern California and B.S.E.E. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He holds several patents related to wireless location methods and systems. Mario serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of GPS World Magazine and was founding chairman of the Wireless Network Issues Committee of the E9-1-1 Institute.
LocationSmartâs location technology was selected by Information Logistics to be used within a newly developed platform called the Incident Response and Information System (IRIS). This blog post offers details on how the platform is used.
Smart Location Mapping | Smart Growth | US EPA
Smart Location Database - US EPA
The Smart Location API provides a simple and structured way to communicate with OFSC Smart Location service. This API allows to remotely update OFSC Smart Location-Based Services to change their storages with resource data from the third-party providers that is needed to search for locations. This API provides a complete set of methods to monitor the location / traces of resources the client uses for OFSC. Also, OFSC Smart Location service exports the additional feature such as the 'get_sources_in_area' method that allows retrieving the information about resources location within a certain area that can be described with the longitude, latitude, and radius parameters. Array which may be used for retrieving the resources returned by the Smart Location search engine. See the get_sources_in_area example for details. Each item of the array should contain such fields as 'resource', 'source', 'stype', 'longitude', 'latitude', 'time' and 'distance'. Please refer to the terminology section for the details on each field. The Smart Location Database is a nationwide geographic data resource for measuring location efficiency. It includes more than 90 attributes summarizing characteristics such as housing density, diversity of land use, neighborhood design, destination accessibility, transit service, employment, and demographics. Most attributes are available for every census block group in the United States. EPA first released the Smart Location Database in 2011 and released version 2.0 in July 2013. Please review the (52pp, 2MB). for a full description of all available variables, data sources, data currency, and known limitations.Case-sensitive source identifier for which the set_position method is used. Its meaning is the same context as for 'src_entity'. Please note that not only web services may use OFSC Smart Location and, therefore, it may return not only the identifier of device but also that of resource or user.