The use cases for Indoor Mapping are endless. Here is a closer technical look at the topic - and explain how we used a small-scale proof-of-concept to explore the capabilities of Apple’s Indoor Survey app.

Ken Boucher
By Ken Boucher under Engineering, Insights 11 August 2016

Mobility is creating a world where we no longer need to rely on our own cars to get from A to B. Increasingly, especially for those of us in urban environments, we rely on the apps on our smartphones to do that.

Hamish Vallabh
By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 11 August 2016

2016 is an inflection point for UK banks. Shifts in many areas such as regulations, economic conditions, customer expectations, competition and technology are all combining to threaten the banking status quo.

Brett Thornton
By Brett Thornton under Insights 28 July 2016

In a society where we increasingly turn to electronic funds to pay for goods and services, the physicality of money is fast disappearing. While convenient, tracking our money has, in many respects, become harder.

By The App Business under Insights 27 July 2016

In a world where trends can shift at lightspeed, one of the safer bets to bank on is that more connected sensors will continue to surround us over time.

George Proudfoot
By George Proudfoot under Insights 14 July 2016

Digital mapping has changed the way we get around - from Google and Apple maps, to Citymapper and satnavs. But what about navigating indoors? We’ve been exploring Indoor Mapping to bridge the gap in your end-to-end navigation.

Ken Boucher
By Ken Boucher under Insights, Engineering 14 July 2016

Summer is well and truly upon us, providing an opportunity to relax outside (weather permitting) with a good book. Here we bring you our latest and greatest book suggestions.

By The App Business under #TABLife 13 July 2016

Testers at TAB build strong lines of communication with everyone in our teams, across all stages of a project’s lifecycle. Part of our job is knowing what’s going on at every stage of a project and to help communicate that back to the team - I think of us as ‘information brokers’.

Zachary Borrelli
By Zachary Borrelli under Agile, Insights 30 June 2016

A Scrum Master plays an important part of our teams here at TAB, but it can be somewhat hard to define. The job title alone often gives rise to lots of questions about what, exactly, a Scrum Master does.

By The App Business under Agile 29 June 2016

Apple’s yearly World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicked off on Monday and, as usual, we were introduced to a long list of enhancements coming our way.

Clara Monnet
By Clara Monnet under News 16 June 2016

Last week, the highly anticipated Mary Meeker annual Internet Trends Report came out, and with it came a plethora of data and interesting facts. Here are seven key takeaways that we felt were most compelling.

Clara Monnet
By Clara Monnet under Insights, News 10 June 2016

For the overwhelming majority of us who attend Google I/O, it’s an exciting opportunity to be close to the action and experience, first-hand, what’s next in technology. This year was no exception.

Swav Kulinski
By Swav Kulinski under Insights, News 02 June 2016

At TAB, we put the 12 Principles of Agile at the heart of everything we do. Not only do we believe Agile helps us develop the best software, but it allows us to adapt and positively respond to change.

By The App Business under Agile 01 June 2016

Collaboration isn't a new idea, but in the tech industry, high levels of collaboration are essential for delivery and collaboration is often at the heart of how companies like ourselves see the world.

By The App Business under Agile 23 May 2016

The tech industry is booming, and if you are are either in it or thinking of joining it, there are a lot of options to consider. From the booming giants to the innovative start-ups, there is a lot on offer.

Jacob Mullaly
By Jacob Mullaly under #TABLife 19 May 2016