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Inpixon Releases High-Performance, Real-Time Location System Server Enhancements

NanoLES for UWB and Chirp Delivers RTLS Accuracy, Scalability and Interoperability

Allows Tracking of More Than 10,000 Assets Creating Opportunities for Large-Scale Deployments with Global Enterprise Customers

Inpixon, the Indoor Intelligence company, announced the release of nanoLES 3.3, delivering increased location accuracy, expanded system scalability and interoperability, and enhanced developer tools for use in real-time location systems (RTLS) deployments.

Inpixon’s nanoLES is an advanced location engine server enabling ultra-wideband (UWB) and chirp spread spectrum (CSS) RTLS solutions for real-time positioning of people and devices. Its ability to determine the location of tags multiple times per second makes nanoLES capable of being used in situations where low-latency, real-time determination is a necessity. These use cases include finding an injured worker, avoiding collisions, monitoring parts on a production line, activating ventilation as a worker enters an area, and facilitating turn-by-turn navigation.  The latest version delivers, among other features, improved UWB positional accuracy, a RESTful API architecture for interoperability with IoT platforms and third-party systems, automated performance adaption to the available number of CPU cores, and enhancements to the developer toolkit.

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“Location accuracy, consistency and scalability are critical for our clients’ real-time location use cases,” noted Adam Benson, CTO of Inpixon. “With our latest release, we continue to deliver location precision within centimeters while scaling to more than 10,000 tracked entities. Our patented techniques and methods, including our virtualized time synchronization, enable analyzation of up to 2,500 simultaneous tag data packet ‘blinks’ per second to deliver the location of key people or assets. And our developer toolkit enables efficient configuration and maintenance processes which can speed installation and decrease the total cost of ownership.”

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“We are excited to launch these enhancements to nanoLES to further support large-scale RTLS deployments and to meet the growing needs of major enterprise organizations around the world,” said Nadir Ali, CEO of Inpixon. “Centimeters and milliseconds matter when it comes to real-time positioning, and we’re proud to deliver our high-performance RTLS solution for use in a wide range of industries and critical use cases. MarketsandMarkets projects the location-based services (LBS) and real-time location systems (RTLS) market will grow at 17.1% CAGR to $39.2 billion by 2025, and we believe our IP and product portfolios, global customer base, and established developer and distribution partnerships, position us well to achieve significant success in this fast-growing market.”

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