Redpine Signals has said it has made available of a comprehensive set of RTLS hardware and system components that include the industry’s first 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual band Cisco Compatible Extensions (CCX) certified RTLS tag – the WiSeMote WM1-50 device. The company also extended its Cloud-based Location as a Service (CLaaS) offerings by adding SuperMote and NetworkMote.
The complete RTLS solution has a location engine providing accurate locationing in beaconing, associated and CCX mode of operation. The WiSeMote tag family provides two-way messaging, with simultaneous multi-mode capability. They can also work with standard off-the-shelf access points for locationing through their associated mode of operation. They are also able to work in Wi-Fi infrastructures with enterprise security using built-in 802.1X capability, which can be used in hospitals, industrial setups, and enterprise environments with the same level of secure authentication as other Wi-Fi devices deployed. The WiSeMote tags also can wake up from a sleep state to an active, beaconing state spending less energy than any other Wi-Fi tag available in the market today, claims Redpine.
Redpine Signal says its SuperMote and NetworkMote devices allow creation of a Wi-Fi RTLS infrastructure even in environments with limited or no previous Wi-Fi deployment at vastly reduced cost than installing a standard Wi-Fi infrastructure first.
“Our CLaaS offering now covers the whole spectrum, leveraging our chipset differentiations in low power, RF and security technologies RTLS tags,” said Venkat Mattela, CEO of Redpine Signals. “This enables the easy and flexible integration of location intelligence in automation, logistics, safety and security operations for the healthcare, government, industrial and transportation industries.”