The size of a tag is 63x42x13 mm (LxWxH). Contact us to discuss your custom design requirements. The size of a tag is mainly dependent upon the type of battery used. Much smaller designs are possible using primary batteries.
Yes, you can modify the update rate of tags based on your needs. The update rate can be changed easily with the corresponding API command or the Eliko RTLS Manager. With a standard setup you can choose an update rate from once per minute up to 40 Hz (40 updates per second). Up to 300 Hz update rates are also possible if necessary, contact us to discuss a custom solution.
Tags are small mobile devices which enable you to track anything or anyone. To see the real time location and movement of an object, place a tag on the object you would like to track. Make sure the battery-powered tag is switched ON using the button on the front side of the tag. The suitable update rate for the tag is configurable from the Eliko RTLS Manager when setting up the system.
The mobile tag uses ultra-wideband (UWB) radio technology to communicate with the anchors that are placed around the tracking area. The tag chooses anchors based on self-learning algorithms from which the distances are calculated. Based on the distances measured, the coordinates are calculated in the server using state-of-the-art ReCalc and self-learning algorithms.
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Eliko is shaping the future by developing next-generation positioning networks for digital solutions that depend on location data.