eLocator Checkpoint

Body Location

Worn on the Waist

Primary Application

Industrial

About eLocator Checkpoint

eLocator Checkpoint is a wearable device designed for geolocating personnel and equipment. This wearable device was created for industrial purposes, providing safety and security for employees who work in dangerous environments such as mine sites. Employees have to wear the ID tags called PassPorts in order for the Checkpoint to identify their emplacement. In additions, assets can also be tagged to allow their tracking in case of loss or theft. Checkpoint uses a RFID technology and operates within a range of 10 metres. Installing multiple Checkpoints in the monitored location will increase the coverage and reliability of the system.

Company

S3ID

Device Name

eLocator Checkpoint

Consumer Release

December 2011

Price

No Announcement Yet

eLocator Checkpoint Network


Features

Undisclosed

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

RFID

Compatibility

Undisclosed

Immediate Workplace Benefits

Security

Workplace Potential Overview

This device can be used as a security tool in the workplace as it will allow the user/owner to locate any human or material asset.

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