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  • AoA RTLS
  • Wireless Sensor Network
  • MESH Compatibility
IoT Technology


Angle of Arrival (AoA) positioning algorithm improves the accuracy of traditional low-precision Bluetooth by ten times, reaching 0.5-1 meter average accuracy. It's a typical ranging-based algorithm across some devices to sense the arrival direction of the transmitting node signal, calculate the relative position or angle between the unknown node and the anchor node, then use triangulation or other methods to calculate the location of the unknown node.

Typical Use Cases

Smart Buildings
AoA RTLS Sports
Retail Spaces
Fdctories and Warehouses
Heathcare Facilities

What Can Our Partners Benefit from the products based on AoA RTLS?

AoA, a new technology and a thrilling part of the BLE 5.1 update, boosts efficiency, productivity and safety in every industry that you can think of.

Sub-meter Accuracy

Enable various vertical industries to get more accurate data, improve work efficiency and reduce loss.

Low latency

Real-time updates allow making response strategies to prevent losses caused by time differences.

High integration

With high compatibility and scalability, it can be integrated into existing infrastructure and systems to cut down costs.

Low consumption

With the BLE beacons, it ensures the long duration of the products that bring the users a considerable budget statement.
Wireless Sensor Network indoor positioning

Wireless Sensor Network

Wireless sensor network (WSN) is composed of a few to hundreds or thousands of nodes — spatially dispersed and dedicated sensors — that monitor and record the physical conditions of the environment and forward the collected data to a central location. WSN can measure environmental conditions such as temperature, sound, pollution levels, humidity and wind. The topology of a WSN can vary from a simple star network to an advanced multi-hop wireless mesh network based on the actual use cases. WSN can be widely used in industrial and consumer applications, sensing for data.

Typical Use Cases

Wireless application scenario manufacturing
Wireless application scenario Heathcare
Wireless application scenario 3 Regional environment
Wireless application scenario 4 Military

Key Features

Integrate everything into the WSN, sensing and collecting data to innovate production and life.

Low energy consumption

Nodes to be used are mostly using industrial batter and low energy consumption chipset.

High resilience

Ability to cope with node failures.

Strong mobility

Strong mobility of nodes increases the number of applications such as autonomous vehicles.

High scalability

Allow you quickly and easily change the size of the network, extremely adaptable and expandable.
MESH Compatibility

MESH Compatibility

A mesh network (or simply mesh net) is a local network topology in which the infrastructure nodes (i.e. bridges, switches, and other infrastructure devices) connect directly, dynamically and non-hierarchically to as many other nodes as possible and cooperate with one another to efficiently route data from/to clients. Mesh networks connect the infrastructure nodes in an easy, effective and wireless way, using inexpensive, existing technology. It makes every object into IoT become possible.

Typical Use Cases

Application scenario 2 Warehouse Logistics
Application scenario Smart City 3
Mesh application scenario Manufacturing

Why do Our Partners Choose our products that are compatible with MESH?

MESH networking, scalable and cost-effective, constructing a cableless infrastructure for asset tracking.

Cost Effective

Fewer wires in large areas of coverage can save more costs.

Faster Connection & Running

The more nodes you install, the bigger and faster your wireless network becomes.

High Reliability

When wireless signals are intermittently blocked, the mesh network will adjust to find a clear signal.

Easy Scalability

No additional routers required. Instead, each node acts as a router.
Mesh architecture diagram
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