Real-time locating systems (RTLS) provide the ability to automatically identify and track the location of objects and people in real time, predominately within a building or specific area.
There are a variety of tags available which can be fixed to an object or alternatively worn by people for example on a wrist tag and lanyard.
Fixed readers or WLAN access points then receive signals from the tags to pin point its location.
“Real-time locating systems (RTLS) provide the ability to automatically identify and track the location of objects and people.”
To locate assets within a facility, for example to find a misplaced tool cart in a warehouse.
Notification of an asset moving to a new location, such as an alert if the asset has improperly left the facility.
To locate customers, for example in a large restaurant, for delivery of food or a service.
To manage proper staffing levels within operational areas, such as ensuring guards are in the proper locations.
To enable a quick and automated system to account for all staff after or during an emergency evacuation
Clinical-grade locating to support acute care capacity management.