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Engineers who tame the space

We can effortlessly find a specific building using modern technologies, but how can we move about an office building several dozen storeys high, a multi-level shopping mall, or a tenement house full of nooks and crannies? A group of specialists, mostly composed of graduates and students of the Warsaw University of Technology, knows how to solve this problem.

Everything began a few years ago, at the WUT’s Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology. Konrad Stanik decided to tackle the issue of room localisation. Research works have been carried for two years under the auspices of MuGEd Students Science Circle. The project was further developed in his engineering and master’s theses. It was the beginning of Indoorway. Today, the company employs 9 people, including 6 students or graduates of the University: Grzegorz Koblański (CEO, graduate of the Division of Mechanics at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering), Michał Małkowski (doctoral student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering), Robert Sobolewski (student at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology), Maciej Kozłowski (student of the Division of Mechanics at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering), Patryk Pastewski (student at the Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science), and Marcin Jeleński (student at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology).

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WUT'S researchers work on a range of scientific topics which are explored in different areas and on a different scale. Often the outcome of these helps with the development of new technologies or everyday products to come into being.

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