A railway company has a large workshop hall, where wagons are parked on tracks in order to repair them. Indoor positioning technology helps tracking them.
The departments of a large clinical complex share certain medical equipment, for example a mobile X-ray machine. Indoor positioning services help to locate that medical equipment.
There is a large company premise on which economic assets (i.e. PCs, office furniture, vehicles) should be inventoried. The management would like to determine the position of objects at any time.
With the help of an indoor locating system, medical devices can be tracked, persons can be located and protected, and the freedom of movement of dementia patients can be controlled.