Tag IMU provides positioning data, 3D spatial orientation as well as the raw sensor output from inertial sensors, pressure, and temperature sensor. It also implements movement detection feature to prolong battery lifetime. Location and sensor data are provided through the open API.
A tiny Tag powered by coin battery equipped with UWB radio module with omnidirectional ceramic antenna. The Tag Piccolino also features an accelerometer for movement detection to prolong the battery lifetime.
RTLS Tags are equipped with so-called inertial sensors, that enable additional features. This document describes how the sensors can be utilized and what kind of information the user can get from them.
Zone is a very powerful feature of the positioning system. It is virtual area defined by user. Zones can be easily created, managed and their forte lies in the resulting statistics that can be extracted based on Zone usage.
This Application Note will guide you through the process of changing the RTLS system’s IP address scope, including the server and the Anchors. This will allow you to integrate the system into your existing network, although it is advised to use a dedicated network for the system to achieve optimum performance.
This Application Note will guide you through the process of configuring the MikroTik’s RB941-2nD-TC wireless Access Point, so you will be able to use it in your RTLS TDoA Wi-Fi kit. You will need a computer with Wi-Fi interface, the AP itself and a predefined configuration file.