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Identify and track people or assets in real-time

Many industries are increasingly identifying the need for real-time personnel and asset location information.
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Our clients are leveraging the benefits of real-time location monitoring to improve health and safety and emergency responses, accountability and productivity

Quickly locate assets, maximise staff efficiency, and optimise the user experience and their operational workflows, which enables staff to spend more time on the things that matter. We improve personnel and asset security and intelligence for your organisation.

Millions

Misplaced medical devices cost millions every year

52%

52% of the total asset tracking market infrastructure will be Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) by 2022

40%

40% of patients and visitors ask caregivers to guide them inside healthcare and aged care facilities

$4.5 billion

The global indoor positioning market for asset tracking is forecast to be $4.5 billion USD by 2022

The Details

Real-Time Solutions

Real-time tracking systems are used to automatically identify and track the location of people and devices.

Diverse Range of Industries

Solutions can be engineered to meet business requirements for the transportation, defence, healthcare, government, logistics, retail, manufacturing industries and more.

Communication

Communication between tracked items and the system provides meaningful data analysis and audit trails.

Specialist technical support, when you need it

Our managed services team are contactable 24/7 via our Australian service desk. With an expert team managing your solution you’ll benefit from fast response times.

Industry Experience

Leverage our team’s deep knowledge and experience to design, deploy or enhance your RTLS and tracking technology.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Real-Time Location Services (RTLS)

RTLS is used to automatically identify and track the location of people and objects in real time, usually within a building or other contained area. Wireless RTLS tags are attached to objects or worn by people and their location is determined by fixed reference points using wireless signals from those tags.

Can you provide some examples of how Real-Time Location Services (RTLS) are used?

Examples include tracking objects through an assembly line, locating pallets of merchandise in a warehouse or finding medical equipment and locating patients in a hospital.

How do Real-Time Location Services (RTLS) actually work?

The physical layer of RTLS technology is usually some form of radio frequency (RF) communication, but some systems use optical (usually infrared) or acoustic (usually ultrasonic) technology instead of, or in addition to, RF. Tags and fixed reference points can be transmitters, receivers, or both, resulting in numerous possible technology combinations. RTLS is a form of a local positioning system and does not usually refer to GPS or to mobile phone tracking.

Can RTLS help me drive efficiencies in my business?

Yes, RTLS unlocks the ability for staff to locate people and objects easily and quickly, removing the need for them to go hunting to find what it is that they are looking for.


Working with Progility Technologies

Your leading technology and critical communications partner in Australia

24/7 Service

24/7 Service

Market leading customer service through our 24/7 Australian based service desk. We are a proudly Australian systems integrator, with a history of over 30 years’ experience deploying emerging communication technologies. We enable critical communications in the moments that matter.

Expert team

Expert team

Our experienced technology team can recommend tailored solutions that will meet your needs. We see ourselves as an extension of your team. We will work with you to understand your business pain points and design a solution that suits.

Flexible Solutions

Flexible Solutions

Our solutions are flexible and diverse. Depending on your needs, we can tailor a solution that can include a blend of support, service, maintenance, service level agreements (SLAs) and transition management.