✓ Track and identify 5,000 non-motorized equipment
✓ Enabling indoor and outdoor tracking
✓ Sharing and billing equipment between multiple users
From a technical point of view, the localization solution can be deployed in two technologies: Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Active RFID. In order to be identified, each non-motorized equipment embeds a Blue PUCK ID with BLE technology or, in some cases, a PUCK ID based on Active RFID technology. The motorized mobile devices are equipped with GPS2 trackers, called Tag3 communicating via GSM 4G network.
In case trackers already installed do not have BLE connectivity, the same type of solution can still be deployed, by adding an Active RFID reader.
An RSSI network management allows to define the distance between the motorized and non-motorized equipment. If this distance is reduced to a few meters, the tracker communicates the presence of the non-motorized equipment by associating the Blue PUCK ID to its GPS position. In this way, the fleet of thousands of TAG3 (GPS boxes) circulating on the airport becomes a detection and communication network for non-motorized equipment.
The GPS data is transmitted in real time, by the 4G box, to the XOPS business platform developed by Resonate MP4.
This platform allows tracking, optimization and fleet sharing between different airlines.
✓ 25% reduction in NMEs on tracks
✓ Enhanced security