Android and iOS already have geofencing, why do I need PathSense?

The term “geofencing” is used in many different contexts, with many different meanings. • In the geospatial world, “geofencing” means circles or polygons on maps. • In the advertising world, “geofencing” means place data (Starbucks, Jack in the Box, 24 Hour Fitness, etc) In this context, “geofencing” refers to a low level function used to wake up your app on arrival to or departure from some known location (lat/lng) or set of locations.