Humatics' breakthrough microlocation system and analytics software comprise a Spatial Intelligence Platform? that will revolutionize how people and machines locate, navigate and collaborate. A single Humatics system, using simple, inexpensive radio-frequency technology, can pinpoint multiple, moving transponder targets at ranges up to thirty meters with millimeter-scale precision, vastly outperforming existing systems at a fraction of the cost. These systems can network together to provide broader, ultra-precise positioning coverage - from factory work cells to entire distribution centers and beyond. With its extensible architecture and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), the Spatial Intelligence Platform? will power an ecosystem of new position-based products and services. Humatics was founded in 2015 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor David Mindell and technology industry veteran Gary Cohen. Headquartered in Kendall Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Humatics has grown to include a world-class team of radar experts, programmers, roboticists, software engineers, and product development leaders.