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New Asset Tracking Solution Hits Market

February 4, 2008
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Huntsville, Ala.-based Time Domain and Redwood City, Calif.-based AeroScout Inc. have rolled out a dual-mode UWB and Wi-Fi real time location system solution.

Named Ultra-Wi-Fi, the companies say the new product combines the precision location, high tag capacity and real-time data of UWB with the ease of deployment across large facilities of Wi-Fi-based location technology, for a multitude of asset monitoring and management applications.

The Ultra-Wi-Fi product offering, which will be available in the end of Q1 2008, features patented dual-mode tags that can roam between Wi-Fi and UWB infrastructures, Ultra-Wi-Fi readers, and a fully integrated software suite for dual-mode location determination. The product offering will provide management, alerting and visualization of tracked people and assets, the companies tout.



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