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Hand-washing Compliance, Computer Auto Log-on/ Log-off and Patient Fall-detection are Enabled by Real Time Location System (RTLS) with Sub-room Location Accuracy
Date:11/18/2009

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About Sonitor Technologies, Inc.
Sonitor Technologies is the developer, manufacturer and supplier of a proprietary ultrasound indoor positioning system (IPS), or real time location system (RTLS), that automatically tracks, without interference and with reliable 100% room-level or better accuracy the real-time location of moveable equipment and people in complex indoor environments, such as hospitals. Sonitor selected airborne ultrasound as the basis for its RTLS technology because of ultrasound's location accuracy and non-interference attributes, which is unlike RFID and infrared based RTLS technologies. Sonitor Technologies' RTLS technology is designed for seamless integration with third party software and integration solutions. Sonitor Technologies was founded in Norway in 1997.                                                                                            

To learn more about Sonitor Technologies and its ultrasound RTLS, please visit the corporate website at www.sonitor.com or call Sonitor at 877.477.9767

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