Welcome to RTLS Studio 1.6 Product Tour. This page contains information about new features of the RTLS Studio and detailed guides on how to use them properly.
NEW BETA Barometer Altitude (Z-Axis) Measurement
RTLS Studio is capable of estimating the tag's height using barometer sensors. Height is calculated using the difference between barometer sensors on tags and barometer sensors on anchors (reference values). The measured values are also useful for multi-level installations where the plans are directly above each other.
NEW BETA KeepSync (TCP Synchronization)
TCP Synchronization (aka KeepSync) is scalable synchronization independent on network technology, both Ethernet and Wi-Fi backhauls are possible. TCP Sync is not limited by “broadcast domain” and communication can be sent through the router and multiple networks. TCP Sync can also handle mixing backhaul Ethernet and WiFi.
UPDATED Capture File
The easiest way of providing us with the data to analyze your real-world installation is to create and send us the generated capture file. Capture file contains all the network communication between anchors and the RTLS Server. With this file, we are able to simulate the exact same situation without the need of direct access to your server. This significantly simplifies the support of your projects.
UPDATED Backup & Restore
With this utility, you are able to safely backup all of your RTLS data and restore them later. Backup & Restore also provides ways to clean up your database.
Please note that restoring your backup will delete all the data captured after the backups creation.
UPDATED Master Restrictions
In situations where anchors don't have a direct line of sight at each other or are placed in completely different localization cells, the use of master restrictions is necessary. The restriction tells the masters with which anchors it is allowed to be cooperating in position calculation. This is a great tool for cell separation, filtering unwanted synchronization signals. Master restrictions could be also applied by annotating the walls.