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Time Domain Showcases Precision Location Capability of Ultra Wideband PLUS Product Line at HIMSS 2008
Date:2/25/2008

arketing, Time Domain Corporation. "This capability opens new opportunities for our partners to create location-based services that provide real-time, integrated patient safety, billing and equipment monitoring solutions. The goal is to increase bed turnover and reduce the amount of time a patient spends in the healthcare facility, while ensuring high quality, safe care."

First customer deployments of PLUS include, Washington Hospital Center, a not-for-profit 926-bed acute care teaching and research hospital based in Washington, D.C. The PLUS system, sold and integrated by Parco Wireless as part of their Prcis System, is providing a comprehensive equipment location and monitoring system in the hospital's emergency department. Nesconset Nursing Center, a 240-bed facility based in Nesconset, NY, is using PLUS to locate patients, staff and equipment within the special care facility for Alzheimer's patients and other related disorders. The system is being integrated by Sysgen Data Ltd. using Prcis middleware. Additional beta applications of PLUS include precision monitoring of manufacturing work in process, retail customer behavior and high-value assets.

Time Domain recently added the first eleven partners to its global channel reseller network of PLUS(TM) ultra wideband solutions providers. Together with AeroScout, Inc. the company also announced the first dual-mode UWB and Wi-Fi RTLS solution. Named Ultra-Wi-Fi, the new product combines the precision location, high tag capacity and real-time data of UWB with the ease of deployment across large facilities of Wi-Fi-based location, for a multitude of asset monitoring and management applications.

For more information, view the company's web site at http://www.timedomain.com.

About Time Domain Corporation

Time Domain is the world leader in ultra wideband (UWB) product development and provides solutions that enable enterprises to maximi
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