About Maptelligent

Indoor Mapping Intelligence for a safer more efficient physical environment


Creating safer more efficient physical environments

Maptelligent is dedicated to using state-of-art indoor mapping technology to ensure the places where we work, play, worship, and routinely visit are safe, sustainable, and operate more efficiently.  Maptelligent provides affordable solutions to facility owners and first responders knowing technology can make the difference when applied with their needs in mind.


Values Guiding Maptelligent Into the Future

We strive to create a more intelligent, safe and efficient physical environment for everyone.

  • trust


    Trust is job zero for Maptelligent.  The Maptelligent team strives to earn and keep the trust of our customers first and foremost in everything we do.

  • innovation


    Maptelligent knows technology doesn’t solve every problem.  Often technology can be a burden when not applied correctly.  The Maptelligent team is dedicated to building solutions that add value.  We will not sell something you don’t need.

  • service


    The Maptelligent team is comprised of people who served their nation and their community.   Maptelligent believes in ensuring what we do provides value back to the community by providing a safer more efficient physical environment for everyone.

Meet Our Team

Our team members have been involved in business and public safety, making sure your needs are in the right hands.


Joseph Cosio-Barron

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Joseph Cosio-Barron served as President of Las Vegas Xpress, Inc., from 2016 to 2017 which provided passenger rail excursions in the U.S.A. From 2007 to 2016, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as Executive Vice President of Las Vegas Railway Express, Inc., which also provided passenger rail excursions in the U.S.A. From 2004 to 2007, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as President of Shearson Home Loans, a firm based in several states in the U.S.A. From 2002 to 2004, Mr. Cosio-Barron co-founded Liberty Capital, a $100 million asset management company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. From 1996 to 2002, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as the Managing Partner and President of CBS Consultants, Inc., a California Corporation which was a financial firm offering highly specialized services in development and lending for hotels, resorts, and casinos to include regulatory legal compliance. From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as the Executive Vice President of Finet Holdings Corporation, a Delaware Corporation. As Executive Vice President, he was entirely responsible for the coordination of all regulatory legal compliance and the management of the sales of the staff for all the branch offices in California.

Richard Ziccardi

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Richard Ziccardi is a financial professional with over thirty years of experience in Banking, Insurance and Investments with a business focus on financial products. During his working career, Mr. Ziccardi held various roles including, but not limited to: LOB Controller, Product Manager, Chief of Staff, CAO, and Global Head of Revenue and RFP Pricing.  Most recently, Mr. Ziccardi spent 19 years at Bank of New York Mellon in Asset Servicing.

Glenn Corso

Chairman of the Board

Mr. Corso has over 40 years of experience in manufacturing and business operations in Diagnostic Medical and Industrial Real Time X-Ray equipment manufacturing  companies. Glenn became President and CEO of Precise Optics/Photo Medic Equipment, Inc. in 1995 and President and CEO of Tecnomed USA (Bay Shore Medical  Equipment Corp.) in 1990. Mr. Corso worked in all aspects of the businesses from machine shop, inspection, assembly, design and production, regulatory oversight,  technical writing, and ultimately management. Mr. Corso became a shareholder accumulating significant ownership of Maptelligent, Inc. and serves as the Chairman of the Board.

Michael Quan

Director of Lidar Engineering

Michael Quan, president and founder, Interactive Tactical Group, continues reinventing his reinvention in the Zoom age. He started his professional journey as a news photographer for The Boston Globe and The New York Times, where for nearly 3 decades, he photographed the good, the bad, the ugly and the very ugly. Eventually he gravitated to the possibilities of capturing our world with cutting edge tools including 360-degree imagery, 360 video, and 3D scanning. He previously served as president of the International Virtual Reality Professionals Association, (IVRPA), and is active in the Boston VR Meetup group.