Ekahau today released a free coverage mapping tool for 802.11 Wi-Fi networks.
Ekahau today announced that it is developing a Wi-Fi-enabled badge designed to support new location tracking and communications applications on enterprise campuses.
The company said that is T301-B tag will be the industry's first tag that combines location capabilities with a display that supports wireless text messaging and enables users to acknowledge messages by using the tag's two integrated call buttons. The tag will incorporate audible alarm signals, multicolored LEDs and an optional display to provide the messaging capabilities. It also will have an integrated pull strap alarm that enables the user to call for immediate assistance.
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