Bluvision demonstrates indoor location solution at CES 2016

January 5, 2016  - By
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Bluvision, a real-time location services (RTLS) provider, will be demonstrating its RTLS solution along with Texas Instruments (TI) at CES 2016.

Bluvision’s location algorithms “continue to redefine how technology can be used for indoor location,” the company stated in a news release. Its RTLS solution uses Bluetooth low-energy and Wi-Fi technology to determine specific positioning, leveraging multiple techniques, including smart machine learning algorithms for accuracy.

The combination of Bluetooth Smart, Wi-Fi and sophisticated algorithms on the cloud allows tracking and monitoring of assets — equipment or people — without the need for a smartphone application and uses minimum hardware that is fast and easy to implement, Bluvision said.

Bluvision’s RTLS solution is accurate down to three feet even in harsh conditions. It can be deployed in a large area within hours. The solution supports creating multiple alerts and policies, including creating multiple virtual geofences that trigger alerts when entering or leaving pre-defined areas.

Bluvision will demonstrate the RTLS solution in the TI Village (#N115-N118) at CES 2016, using TI’s SimpleLink Bluetooth Smart CC2640 wireless microcontroller (MCU).

“Our LBS (location-based service) solution is disruptive,” said Jimmy Buchheim, CEO of Bluvision. “Using TI’s SimpleLink CC2640 wireless MCUs with built-in SDR (software-defined radio) and the combination of our talented data scientists, advanced algorithms team and cloud team, allows us to revolutionize indoor location, achieving what is considered impossible accuracy for Bluetooth-based technology.”

For more information on the demo or Bluvision’s RTLS solution, contact Subhashree Sukhu.

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