The Non-Motorized Equipment Tracking System is a monitoring, analysis, and evaluation system that detects the location of equipment such as wheeled transportation vehicles, which are open for common use and constantly on the move, located in large-scale areas such as construction sites, mines, airports, warehouses, as well as other special areas.
The Non-Motorized Equipment Tracking
How Does It Work?
The system consists of battery-powered mobile tags that can be installed easily on equipment, zone readers with UWB (ultra-wide band) technology, and central software. Data gathered from equipment being tracked inside a specific area are relayed to the central or cloud-based servers over Wipelot’s wireless communication networks and, with the software developed by Wipelot, make it possible to determine locations in real-time.