Employee Tracking RTLS
Real-time employee tracking for any industry from manufacturing to hospitals and senior living centers
Gain workflow and workspace optimization based on indoor location intelligence, workforce condition, and workspace utilization.
Business rule enforcement
Implement any business rule, such as “social distancing,” “zone access control,” or “maximum occupancy enforcement.” Automatic reports on any transgressions against business rules to ensure workplace safety.
Differentiate between value-added and non-value-added employee activities. Get heatmaps and employee interaction reports with real-time employee tracking.
How Employee Tracking RTLS Works
Litum integrates ultra-wideband (UWB) RTLS technology into wireless rechargeable employee trackers, in ID badge or belt clip form, distributed to all employees. These badges work in conjunction with our RTLS mesh network to create an invisible “indoor tracking system” that tracks every employee and visitor with the highest location accuracy available.
Litum’s indoor locating technology ensures that accurate information is captured and fed back to the RTLS software, helping you manage your business with real-time employee tracking.
You will be able to geofence, limit access to sensitive areas for qualified employees, and send automatic alerts in case of violations. Our RFID Employee Tracking System also provides the ability to see precisely where the transgression occurred and send alerts to the appropriate staff members and security. Tailor-made reports and big data analytics support informed decision-making.
A business rule engine (BRE) is a software component that allows non-programmers to change the business logic in a business process management (BPM) system. A business rule or statement is required to carry out a business policy or procedure. Business logic uses data in a database and a sequence of operations to carry out the business rule.
A location engine is a server that interprets all the data the RTLS system is collecting through its mesh network. At the end of this process, spaghetti diagrams, heatmaps, and many other types of visual reporting can be produced.