Wirepas announces a new software package for Wirepas Massive Tracking, a software suite it launched earlier this year for high-density asset tracking applications.
The package is the next step in Wirepas’ ambition to offer customers a reliable, cost-efficient solution for massive and dense tracking; it supports fast inventory with up to 6000 devices in a minute with no packet loss and continuous tracking of hundreds of devices moving simultaneously in the same area.
“When you have large amounts of assets in a dense space, how do you track them cost-efficiently in close to real time? That’s a common challenge. It’s very hard. This is exactly what we set out to solve with Wirepas Massive Tracking, already tested and proven in real life. This second release is another step in our journey to make high-density tracking even more cutting-edge,” says Youssef Kamel, SVP, Smart Tracking at Wirepas.
With the new release Wirepas Massive Tracking includes dedicated algorithms and libraries to meet the demanding requirements of applications requiring high-density positioning – hundreds of devices moving simultaneously in the same area – and fast inventory with up to 6000 devices in a minute with no packet loss. This is required in applications such as
- Datacenter operations management
- Pallet tracking in a service center
- Livestock monitoring and breeding in extensive facilities
The new features have been used and tested for the past few years in the most advanced settings by the leaders of their trade. Now they have been added to the new Wirepas Massive Tracking software package to be used by all Wirepas partners.
Youssef Kamel, SVP, Smart Tracking at Wirepas, says:
“The combination of high-density inventory and indoor positioning has been key to our customers’ in data centers operations, pallet service centers livestock and farming, manufacturing and logistics.”
“I am super excited that we are introducing all these critical features in Wirepas Massive Tracking. All customers in logistics, farming, and industrial applications can now deploy end-to-end systems with continuous tracking and fast inventory.”