Location-Tracking Software Pinpoints Up To 5,000 Objects

Nanotron’s updated release of its Location Engine and Server software, nanoLES 3 5K, can accurately and reliably track up to 5,000 distinct objects in real time. The updated nanoLES platform delivers instantaneous, high-precision location data for large mission-critical tracking applications in livestock health and mining.

 

The software uses the company's patented Sea of Anchor technology for scalable virtual synchronization of location infrastructure. It processes raw location data received from anchors, based on Time of Arrival (TOA) information, and delivers position information to the user’s applications. Sea of Anchor technology is said to simplify location infrastructure build-out. It eliminates the complex cell-based approach of competing offerings. To expand an installation, users simply add more tags and new ‘anchors’ connected to the same data backbone network.

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System integrators can use nanotron’s software platform to quickly and easily deploy tailored solutions with location awareness. This state-of-the-art platform ensures location accuracy and high system throughput, while keeping investment costs to a minimum. It is straightforward to integrate and install and can be smoothly scaled up at any time. For more information, visit nanotron.

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