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The KINEXON RTLS system is highly scalable, allowing for the expansion of coverage by adding more anchors as needed. This makes it suitable for businesses of varying sizes and with evolving tracking requirements.
KINEXON prioritizes data security and employs encryption protocols to secure the communication between anchors, sensors, and the server. Additionally, access controls and authentication mechanisms are in place to protect sensitive information.
Similar to GPS, three Anchors are theoretically sufficient, but the system requires a minimum of four Anchors. One of them is used for correction to ensure accurate positioning calculations.
RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) and RTLS (Real-Time Location System) are both technologies for tracking assets, but they differ in their primary functions. RFID is mainly used for identification and tracking within specific areas, offering limited real-time capabilities. RTLS, on the other hand, excels in dynamic, real-time tracking, providing continuous and precise location information using technologies like UWB. RTLS is generally considered superior when real-time updates and high accuracy in location tracking are essential for applications such as logistics, healthcare, or manufacturing.
The update rate or sampling rate of a sensor refers to how often it measures and reports data. For real-time location systems like KINEXON, the update rate is crucial for accuracy in tracking the movement of assets or individuals. KINEXON offers a range from 0.02 to 100 Hz. The typical operating frequency is 1 Hz.
Attaching KINEXON sensors to your assets can vary depending on the type of assets and the specific requirements of your application. KINEXON offers dedicated holders for each sensor type. The general methods include adhesives, velcro tape, mechanical mounting (screws, cable ties) and magnets.
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