The Sewio UWB RTLS Platform consists of two types of hardware: signal transmitters, called Tags, used for tracking the entities and signal receivers, called anchors, used for receiving the signals from Tags.
Anchors are electronic devices that detect the UWB pulses emitted by UWB Tags and then forward them to the location server for calculating tag positions. To cover an area with an indoor tracking system, a set of anchors needs to be installed above the area to create the location infrastructure.
Full visibility of your live processes mean shorter time-to-value Industry 4.0-ready projects, resulting in optimized workflows, increased production and reduced costs.
RTLS Studio is all-in-one software for the smooth deployment, maintenance and full control of the indoor tracking platform.
RTLS Manager allows the easy deployment and configuration of the indoor tracking platform.
RTLS Planner streamlines the project design phase by helping to find the best location and distribution of the anchors and their types to meet superior precision while keeping the cost low.
RTLS Monitor gives a complete real-time overview of the system’s performance and the current status of the network, apps and users.
RTLS Player not only enables the replaying of data to evaluate system performance but also the remote updating of the settings to optimize the performance.
Sensmap is a real-time visualization tool that gives you an overview of what’s happening in your facility, even if you are miles away. It features Virtual Zones setup, Geofencing, Alerting and Notifications, real-time asset tracking, trajectory recording, and anchors deployment – all shown within your building plan.
Sage analytics is a tool for your pilot or PoC that empowers you to turn location data into valuable insights by presenting and analyzing tracking results through trajectory maps, heatmaps, spaghetti diagrams and advanced zone data. For a full project analytics we will recommend you the best-fit solution from our partners.
The Sewio indoor tracking system uses ultra-wideband technology and an ultra-wideband (UWB) spectrum to provide precise positioning. These are the three communication steps: