Devices such as Tile's bluetooth trackers allow users to add the tracker to everyday items such as keys, wallets, bags, etc. so that they can track those items in case they misplace them. Nali, who announced the N100 device for locating things and people, is taking things to a whole new scale.
By partnering with Changhong North America in manufacturing, Codepoint's N100 Tag can be deployed on a larger scale and provide solutions for businesses looking to implement the location of things on their premises on a large scale and at a lower cost .
The label itself is small and shaped like a credit card and can be customized, integrated and programmed as companies see fit.
The platform is equipped with inexpensive hardware which is a prerequisite for any mass load, and low-power electronics so that you do not charge the devices too often have to.
Codepoint says the ease of programming these devices was considered, but we did not look in the SDK or talk to developers about this point. [1 9459005]
Gary Tu, General Manager of Changhong North America, explains: “With the introduction of the Nali N100, solution providers now have the opportunity to take advantage of opportunities that were previously unaffordable or too complex. The Nali rechargeable label can be used for approximately two months per charge under typical conditions. The long battery life is ideal for personal security, asset tracking, and security monitoring applications. “
Codepoint believes that by handling the hardware, organizations can focus on developing software from the start with hardware or infrastructure concerns.
Michael Mathews, President and Co-Founder of Codepoint Technologies, adds, "Web and smartphone developers can create / publish their own applications without needing detailed knowledge of the internal workings of the device."
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