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MOVEMENT ANALYSIS & -TRACKING FOR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS
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For the industry 4.0, we develop high-performance systems for real-time measurement of persons’ and products’ movements. Our technology is designed such that it can be used in almost all imaginable environments.
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>2,000 projects realised in 12 different countries
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The English term “Asset Tracking” strictly speaking describes an electronic procedure, in which sensors can be used for precise localisation of mobile stock and mobile operating materials. Depending on the measuring technology used, movable objects outside as well as within buildings, can be localised exact to the metre.. This saves valuable time and importantly, money.
Asset Tracking offers not only time saving when searching devices, but it can also be used for real-time stocktaking, for protection against thefts and for process optimisation. This also allows particularly sensitive products to be protected better if they, by means of integrated sensors, self-sufficiently detect critical environmental conditions (e.g. too high humidity) and thus send warnings to a predefined central office. Even real-time maintenance messages (e.g. low battery) can be realised in this way.
UNDERSTAND THE MOVEMENTS OF PERSONS IN BUILDINGS – IN REAL-TIME.
Flowtracking describes a procedure, in which movement flows are measured using sensors. The sensors passively search Bluetooth and WLAN signals emitted by mobile communication devices such as mobile telephones or tablets. Each of these devices is provided with a “digital fingerprint ” or device-related Unique Identifier by the manufacturer. Individual digital fingerprints are however not important in flow-tracking. This is rather about aggregating many fingerprints and making statements about usage behaviours in buildings.
Flowtracking can be considered as a type of Google Analytics® for the physical world. With the help of the aggregated movement information, different parameters such as visit frequency, dwell time or return rates can be determined. Various access control systems are already used today in many buildings; but these always record only an individual process at a specific point. On the other hand, Flowtracking allows understanding of the events in the entire area. At the same time, the procedure as a control system is much more uncomplicated as, for instance, no electronic keys such as chipcards must be held at special reading devices.