Waymap uses Lidar to create a digital twin of an environment. The scan is then imported into the patented, proprietary algorithm to create a map that’s accurate to within 1 meter and 10 degrees in heading. The app provides city-wide, seamless, multi-lingual, indoor and outdoor navigation that delivers step-by-step instructions, both by audio and on-screen. And because the technology doesn’t rely on WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS or any other external sensor, it works even if the phone is in airplane mode. Waymap is currently deployed in beta in the Washington D.C. Metro system via a partnership with Verizon. Indoor wayfinding is a huge and growing category that is projected to be worth $43B by 2025. Applications for this technology are endless and include public transit networks, airports, hospitals, universities, office buildings, stadiums and arenas, and more.