Amadeus Ventures has invested in indoor mapping specialist Situm which uses GPS to help travellers use their mobiles to find their way around airport, train stations and other locations.
The Spain-based startup provides a mobile application for navigation but its technology also enables managers at train stations, hotels and other large facilities to get a real-time picture of where staff are.
Amadeus Ventures, the investment arm of Amadeus, joins Unirisco and Xesgalicia in investing in the company. This is the 10th investment since it set up the division in 2014.
Earlier this year Amadeus invested in Betterez and Flyr. Other startups in its portfolio include Avuxi, Bluesmart, BookingPal and Yapta.
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