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The product launch has been in the works since SocialRadar’s November acquisition of D.C. startup Gridskippr.
Now in beta, LocationKit can pinpoint a position with up to two-meter accuracy, a battery drain of less than one percent per hour and venue recognition based on a 130 million-strong address book.
“We’ll tell you not only the latitude and longitude of our users but also that they’re in Starbucks,” SocialRadar CEO Michael Chasen told Technical.ly DC last year.-30-
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