Location & Asset tracking

Tracking localizes and follows the movement of humans and objects inside buildings through indoor positioning systems and a network of electronic devices.

While GPS is the most common technology for outdoor tracking, there are multiple technologies available for indoor tracking, including radio-based, optical, magnetic, and acoustic technologies. Each technology has its own fit for a specific use case, and the most suitable technology can be selected according to the actual situation.

To track entities within a facility, anchors must be deployed on the ceiling to receive signals transmitted from the tags attached to the entities that need to be tracked. Anchors receive signals from the tags and forward them to a server, which calculates the real-time location of the entity. The same anchor network infrastructure can be used to track any type and number of objects simultaneously.



Employee location tracking

Employees are provided with a tag that accurately identifies their real-time location, which can be integrated into a standard badge or attached to their uniforms.

Through the use of our tracking and positioning system, you can easily determine the job occupancy status of your employees, allowing for efficient task allocation and streamlined shift scheduling. Furthermore, GPS tracking enables effective dispatching of your team, ensuring prompt and efficient service delivery to your customers.


Asset Tracking

Electronic tags are attached to assets and their information is read by a reader, which transmits it to the server for tracking and management. This is especially useful when assets need to be allocated or audited.

Tags are also widely used to track and locate valuables such as computers, equipment, and goods stored in warehouses. The use of RFID technology for tracking and managing assets with the help of tags ensures the safety of the assets.