InMapz launches interactive wayfinding maps for more than 100 airports

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Mapping and location-based analytics platform InMapz has launched detailed, interactive mobile maps for more than 100 of the largest international airports around the world.

The GPS-based maps provide detailed information and wayfinding directions for a wide range of airport facilities including check in, security, departure gates, restrooms, restaurants, retail outlets and passenger lounges. Each point-of-interest is searchable and is displayed in relation to the user’s current location.

InMapz is available for both iOS and Android operating systems and can also be displayed on touchscreen kiosks inside the airport.

The airports available on InMapz include: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston Logan, Chicago O’Hare, New York JFK, New York La Guardia, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson, Houston George Bush, Houston Hobby, Las Vegas McCarran, Miami, Seattle Tacoma, and Washington Dulles in the USA; London Heathrow and London Gatwick in the UK; Paris Charles De Gaule, France; Amsterdam Schiphol, Netherlands; Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt, Germany; Barcelona El Prat and Madrid Barajas, Spain; Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai Pudong, China; Bangkok, Thailand; Taipei Taoyuan, Taiwan; Singapore Changi, Singapore; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Tokyo Haneda, Tokyo Narita and Osaka Kansai, Japan; Seoul Incheon, Korea; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Mexico City Benito Juarez, Mexico; Toronto Pearson and Vancouver, Canada; Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE; Istanbul Ataturk, Turkey; Hanoi Noi Bai and Saigon Tan Son Nhat, Vietnam; and Melbourne, Australia.

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