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Ekahau Launches Next Generation Wi-Fi RTLS Staff Badge and Pager
Date:5/8/2012

COPENHAGEN, May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --



Ekahau Inc., the worldwide leader in high performance Wi-Fi-based Real Time Location Systems (RTLS), today announced the launch of its newest Wi-Fi staff badge - the Ekahau B4 Staff Badge and Pager.  The B4 features an OLED text display and multiple buttons that allow users to receive text messages over Wi-Fi and to acknowledge receipt or to initiate calls and alarms. A unique feature of the B4 badge is a built-in alarm switch for staff duress events.

The B4 badge builds on Ekahau's highly successful T301BD staff badge which is being phased out of production. The B4 incorporates the latest SOC (system on a chip) Wi-Fi 802.11g radio, CPU and memory along with several new changes in the physical design that enhance the ruggedness and use of the badges. The B4 can be tracked and located by Ekahau RTLS over any brand or generation of Wi-Fi network. The system is typically able to achieve room level accuracy using Wi-Fi as the location method. For areas with poor Wi-Fi coverage or where sub-room location is required, the B4 incorporates an IR sensor that works with the Ekahau RTLS system and the Ekahau LB1 Location Beacons to ensure location accuracy down to within a few feet.

The three call buttons and alarm switch can be programmed to address different calls initiated by the user. For example, a button press can signify a call for assistance in moving a patient, whereas the alarm switch can be used to summon nearby co-workers to help with a life-threatening situation. Due to the system's unique two-way communication capability, staff members can receive calls for help or other requests directly on the LED display on the badges they are wearing. An audible tone and flashing LEDs alert that there is a new message.


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