Ekahau Announces Two-Way Wi-Fi Location Tracking Badge

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Tim Higgins

The badge is designed to be used with Ekahau’s RTLS solutions, which includes the Ekahau Positioning Engine server software, Tracker application software and tags for tracking assets, high-value inventory and individuals.

Early production units will be available to key customers during the summer of 2007, with general availability following in the "second half of 2007". Pricing was not announced.

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