Ubisense, the leading provider of high accuracy indoor location technology, has secured 60 new customers in just nine months since earning approval from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its advanced ultra-wideband (UWB) technology.
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This technology offers the most cost-effective, precise indoor location tracking commercially available. Ubisense is being used across many different industries to analyze and improve processes, space utilization and security.
Ubisense provides innovative, sensor-driven technology that utilizes UWB to report person and asset location within one foot of accuracy. Small sensors are placed within the indoor environment and active tags worn by people or attached to assets provide location information that can be viewed in 3D. This location data can be used to determine the efficiency and security of any indoor space or training scenario.
For instance, US-based DSCI provides live, virtual training scenarios for the Department of Defense (DoD) training centers. DSCI needed high resolution indoor tracking capabilities for Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) training. Finding that WiFi and Radio Frequency ID (RFID) systems do not offer the near-precise accuracy and reliability required by the DoD, DSCI turned to Ubisense.
'Indoor tracking has always been our greatest challenge for training soldiers and Ubisense's ultra-wideband technology solves this challenge,' said Eric Wagner, director, DSCI. 'Ubisense is now integrated into Ft. Benning's MOUT McKenna site, one of the premier US Army infantry training centers, and operates flawlessly with our integrated soldier tracking system. With this technology, we can monitor every soldier participating in indoor training exercises to determine accuracy of execution as well as identify maneuvers that require changes or more training. Having the ability to view combat training in this manner is critical because in the real world this training makes all the difference.'
In Europe, the Technical University of Graz (TU Graz) recently installed Ubisense and is investigating the range of rich and meaningful augmented reality experiences enabled through a combination of Ubisense's UWB-based technology with those more traditionally associated with virtual reality applications.
'Ubisense has the potential to become a key enabling technology in bringing augmented reality out of the research lab and into a part of our everyday building infrastructure,' said Dr. Dieter Schmalstieg, professor, TU Graz.
As its customer base increases so too do the applications for which Ubisense is used. In addition to education and military organizations, workplace engineers, healthcare facilities and industrial businesses are using Ubisense for a wide range of applications. Some uses include automatically determining space utilization in office environments to improve productivity and identify cost savings, locating people and assets in healthcare facilities, and monitoring and improving manufacturing processes.
'Demand for Ubisense is growing even faster than we anticipated and the market need continues to expand,' said Richard Green, CEO, Ubisense. 'Our focus now is to extend our software platform to deliver greater value to our customers and to build a thriving partner network to further address the many different industries and uses for which our technology is suitable.'
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