Yes, iSTAR Pulsar can now be used both indoors and outdoors. The following settings should be used to do so:
Indoors, or Indoors Low Light. See article Capture Modes.
Rate of capture
Suggested default of 7/3 fps, see article Configuring rate of capture. Users may feel to customise this if desired, however it is recommended that they stick to Image Count Spacing - as GPS signal indoors is generally poorer (if available at all), Distance Spacing may not work correctly.
Users may wish to power up iSTAR Pulsar outdoors and allow it to obtain a GPS lock prior to powering off and relocating it indoors - the device will retain the previous GPS location for a period while being used in a location with limited/no GPS signal, which is generally preferable to capturing with no GPS data whatsoever.
In the case of a capture including both outdoor and indoor locations, best practice is to begin outdoors with a GPS lock and navigate indoors, if possible finishing outdoors again so that the device has both start and end positions recorded.