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It’s Up, Up and Away with Our Free Digital Hero Enablement Contest!

By Petr Passinger | September 11th, 2020 | 2 min read

Despite Marvel and DC constantly bombarding us with superhero blockbuster movies, it has become quite difficult to believe, in the current COVID climate, that there is anyone out there that can really save us! That’s why we decided to offer companies the chance to win one of three “Digital Hero Enablement Kits” to become the “digital caped crusaders” of their industry, and not-only future-proof their business with the same cutting-edge ultra-wideband (UWB) positioning technology that Apple is putting in their smart devices, but gain a true, real-time overview of all their processes so they can optimize them to improve safety, efficiency and revenue.

On September 7, 2020, we launched a competition to offer three lucky winners the chance to win one of three Digital Hero Enablement Kits (each worth $4,532). The kit not only includes the UWB RTLS Kit, whose hardware and software can later be used in a full-scale digitalization project, but also three hours of consulting with Sour customer experience team to discuss contestants’ needs and ideas and their technological deployment. Of course, if you think that your company could be one of the chosen few, all you need to do is answer two short questions. Details of how you can enter are below!

Digital Hero Enablement Kit Content

Why Should Only Apple Have the Latest Tech?

Should you be one of the selected few, the Digital Hero Enablement Kit will give you hands-on experience of Sewio RTLS, which has been selected as Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Indoor Location Services. This means you can test drive the same UWB technology, powered by Sewio RTLS, that Apple recently started adding to its iPhones. Imagine placing your company at the forefront of such groundbreaking and pioneering tech, which will soon become the industry standard of all major mobile phone manufacturers, just as with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

By winning this contest, you will be unleashing the very real benefits that ultrawideband technology can deliver to your company. The Digital Hero Enablement Kit gives you the ability to precisely track materials, forklifts and personnel and react in real-time. This not only helps you optimize your workflows, processes and logistics by reducing significant costs and wasted manhours, but it provides a valuable lifeline to ensure your staff are not only accounted for should a serious incident occur, but it helps prevent staff and site visitors alike from entering into dangerous or restricted zones. See, it is possible to save the world, well, at your business premises, at least!

Become a Hero of the Times

Becoming a Digital Hero means tackling the current pandemic climate head on through the adoption of digital transformation, which has proved to be a major key to futureproofing companies’, like yours, survival. By leveraging this technology, your business can help ensure you hit the ground running when the threat of COVID-19 has diminished. Now has never been a better time to take advantage of the serious competitive edge that accurate and reliable indoor tracking provides, and gain the superpowers that only real heroes can boast of.

The contest is running now but the clock is ticking! On October 31, 2020, we will choose the three soon-to-be digital heroes selected based on their answers.

To join the Digital Heroes contest, please visit

Remember, you have to be in it to win it… Good luck!


About the Author:

Petr Passinger is the CMO at Sewio, a vendor of a real-time location system (RTLS) for indoor positioning. He was formerly working for Oracle-NetSuite as a Senior Product Manager and at Kentico, where he made his way from support to marketing, product management and sales. Before working for Kentico, he studied at universities in the Czech Republic and Thailand. Petr founded two not-for-profit environmental initiatives — “Trees for Bugs” and “Dance for Trees.”