Equipment utilization can be even doubled using indoor positioning to track their location.
Nearly half of equipment acquisition costs can be cut with increased equipment utilization.
Four out of five staff members using positioning have rated it highly helpful for their daily work.
Data is valuable to efficiency and safety
Location matters! No time is spent in a large building trying to find the necessary tools when their exact location is known. Imagine what this means when looking for life-saving devices in hospitals or expensive work machines in industry.
Care intensity measurement
Patient care times are known and work shifts decisions can be made based on the data.
Location tracking helps find life-saving equipment fast, and ensures a high use rate for expensive appliances.
Distancing & traceability
Positioning data can help maintain social distancing, prevent risk groups from interacting and to trace movements of personnel.
Location data can be used to track operations (cleaning, checks, etc.), without the need for additional reporting. It can also be used to call help directly to the correct location.