12 December New info portal about indoor positioning with Ultra-wideband December 12, 2016 By Eva Gaudlitz Company News 0 infsoft GmbH has published a website which clarifies the most important questions regarding indoor positioning with Ultra-wideband. The close-range radio technology Ultra-wideband is increasingly used for indoor positioning. infsoft GmbH reacts with a new info portal to the increased demand. UWB is especially suitable for tracking and navigation in industrial plants, because high precision is required here: Ultra-wideband allows for 10 to 30 centimeter accuracy. In addition, it is less susceptible to interferences and thanks to a high sampling rate can accurately locate assets even if they move quickly. The website www.ultrawideband.de / www.ultrawideband.io is available in German and English and explains the most important basics of the technology as well as possible applications. With UWB, both server-based and client-based installations can be realized. An application example with client-based technology is the tracking and navigation of forklifts in large industrial areas. With server-based installations, for example, position determination and driving way analysis of goods and vehicles in a factory can be implemented. Downlaod Download of text and images Related www.indoornavigation.com – new info portal makes its debut The info portal for indoor navigation is now online at www.indoornavigation.com. It was initiated by infsoft GmbH, which specializes in indoor navigation and indoor services. infsoft positions itself as an IoT specialist with its new LocAware platform® The supplier for indoor positioning interconnects its tools in an overlapping platform. Finding the right track at the Zürich main train station using indoor navigation Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) has released a new version of their "My Train Station" app. It was developed by the company infsoft from Großmehring near Ingolstadt, which specializes in indoor navigation and indoor services. Interactive Airport Desk for the Frankfurt Airport Passengers at the Frankfurt Airport have been using the "Interactive Airport Desk" ("I-AID") for information since September 21st. The software for the large touchscreen comes from the company infsoft from Großmehring near Ingolstadt, which specializes in indoor navigation and indoor services. Indoor Navigation: Frankfurt Airport guides passengers to the right gate using a cross-media approach Fraport AG has just released a new version of its Frankfurt Airport app. The technology enables cross-media navigation via various devices. An online shop is also new. New Project with United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has been using infsoft solutions for the inventory of its office equipment at its headquarters in Vienna. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.