RFID technology isn't a standalone solution for indoor positioning. As part of a multi-technology system, however, it can be highly effective.
Computer vision offers high accuracy and reliability for asset tracking. It has advantages over Bluetooth and WiFi, but it requires lots of bandwidth.
From smart homes to smart cars to smart cities, IoT enables new government surveillance practices. What should the average citizen make of this?
The "full-stack" of indoor asset tracking spans across multiple interlocking technical fields and includes numerous "gotchas." Use this product research guide when developing a solution.
Trilateration relies on signal strength as an analogy for distance. Triangulation relies on timing differences in the reception of tags' signals.
Market research for indoor asset tracking requires careful consideration of many factors in order to set the foundation for a successful product.
Why not use IoT applications for our beloved pets? Everyone pet owner has lost their pet temporarily. IoT can help us keep track of and care for them.
IIoT applications in logistics can mitigate global hunger by using asset tracking sensors to ensure complete integrity and quality during transportation.
IoT and "digital twins" will assist in sorting food products nearing their "best-before" dates, allowing retails to give food to hunger-stricken populations.
Ultrasonic / ultrasound can prove effective for certain indoor positioning use cases, such as hospitals or hotels, but there's still much R&D to be done.