With GPS, businesses can locate trucks, cars, or containers in real time. But what about inside their offices, factories or warehouses? Businesses have no visibility here. To reach new heights of productivity, the industry needs the ability to locate spare parts, robots, tools and workers with high accuracy and in real time. Having this capability would improve asset utilization time and reduce inventory which will drive operational savings.
How do we make this a reality? To make this possible, the technology must be able to provide reliable and accurate location information down to the centimeter, in real time, while handling thousands of devices simultaneously with low power and low cost.
This is the future that ultra-wideband technology enables. Join us in this webinar to learn the differences between current location technologies and understand how real time ultra-accurate location data is already transforming several industries through real life deployment examples.
- Understand the different RF location technologies and their respective benefits
- Learn about UWB location and communication technology and how it is implemented
- Find out how UWB drives operational efficiencies and improves workers safety in the industrial space leveraging location capabilities
- Learn how to design new user experiences and user interfaces in the consumer space leveraging context and spatial location information
Mickael Viot is a 20-year veteran of the high-tech industry. Mickael has extensive experience with complex technical customer offerings in the telecommunication and semiconductor domains, including project management, business development, strategic marketing and customer relationship building. For the past six years, Mickael has been driving all marketing activities at Decawave, now Qorvo. From the evangelization of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology, to defining products and enabling ease the adoption of UWB, to supporting customers in their projects. Mickael holds an EE MSc degree specializing in Embedded Systems from the Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieur en Génie Electrique in Rouen, France, and an Executive MBA from UCD Michael Smurfit in Dublin, Ireland.