Category: RTLS Tracking

Bluetooth Direction Finding Feature will Enhance Location Services Solutions

Direction finding enhances Iottag asset tracking capabilities Businesses are continuously improving their asset and equipment tracking practices using Bluetooth’s location services. The demand for this technology will reach about 400 million products per year by 2022. While current location services created more efficient asset and equipment tracking solutions, there was still room for improvement. Bluetooth,...

Getting Precise with Positioning

Bluetooth Positioning Systems Provide Greater Precision Bluetooth is constantly expanding their capabilities. The introduction of direction finding features have enhanced user experiences and improved location finding solutions in smart buildings. Businesses, like hospitals, manufacturers, construction sites and corporate offices, can leverage Bluetooth’s latest developments to accurately locate life-saving equipment or critical assets. The market demand...

Moving Proximity Solutions in the Right Directions

Bluetooth Proximity Solutions for Asset Management Asset management and tracking is a key concern for businesses across the globe. Bluetooth technology is the leading provider of proximity solutions for smart buildings and cities. The 2018 Bluetooth Market Update expects their location device penetration to grow 10x by 2022, encouraging them to improve current systems and...

3 Roles Bluetooth Plays in Enabling Smart Buildings

Asset TrackingEquipment TrackingGPS TrackingRF tracking asset tagRFID technologySmart BeaconsStaff Trackingnb-iots 3 Ways Smart Buildings Benefit from Bluetooth Building overheads are a necessary expense for business of all sizes, but most expenditure is wasteful. Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) has revolutionised building cost management and enabled the development of smart buildings. It is estimated that the IoT can...

Bluetooth Mesh Improves Equipment Tracking

Bluetooth Mesh Improves Equipment Tracking Hospitals are busy. According to the Bureau of Health Information, NSW hospitals are the busiest in Australia, primarily for elective surgeries and in emergencies. They saw more than 714,100 people between January and March of 2018 with Western Sydney hospitals experiencing the highest traffic. Locating equipment, like defibrillators, nebulisers and...