February 22, 2008 – Ekahau Inc. will hold demonstrations for a variety of WiFi- based Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) products at the HIMSS 2008 Orlando, FL .
In its booth, Ekahau will host several demonstrations, including:
- RTLS location of objects in the booth - Using Ekahau T301 tags, the Ekahau Positioning Engine (EPE) and Tracker software, attendees will able to visually locate objects on a Web-based interface
- Real-time system demonstration of a live RTLS site
- Two-way paging and location of Wi-Fi telephony handsets embedded with Ekahau RTLS functionality
Also featured will be the T301-B personnel badge and EPE 4.2, a recent software upgrade, designed for use in location tracking applications for personal safety and staff workflow. It combines location capabilities with three integrated call buttons that support two-way communications via text messaging. The T301-B tag enables sending of audible, visual and text-based alerts or workflow messages to individuals using the tags, much like traditional paging or text-messaging services, said the company. It also features a pull strap alarm that immediately triggers a pre-programmed call for help.
For more information: www.ekahau.com