1.WHAT IS VPS VISUAL POSITIONING SYSTEM?
A visual positioning system (VPS) is a new generation of GPS systems that uses satellite signals to pinpoint the location of a receiver on Earth. The receiver gathers signals from multiple satellites and triangulates the receiver’s location using the cluster of signals.
2.WHAT IS THE USE OF VISUAL POSITIONING SYSTEM?
Obviously, VPS can assist customers on foot (or on bikes or scooters) in finding your business more effectively (and safely) than Google Maps, which is designed primarily for all-wheel travel methods. However, VPS is much more than just directing foot traffic. It uses real-time data from a user’s camera and GPS location to inform the user about his or her surroundings—where they are and how to get where they want to go.
3. HOW TO USE GOOGLE’S VISUAL POSITIONING SYSTEM FOR BUSINESS?
Businesses can use augmented reality to supplement physical real-world presentations with digital virtual presentations. With VPS technology, you can allow customers to virtually visit your store or business establishment. They can look around without entering. Once inside, VPS can be used to guide them around the premises, a particularly useful feature for large retail establishments.