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Long Range, Low-Infrastructure Indoor Tracking

Huntsville, AL USA – Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Q-Track Corporation recently made available a video demonstrating the long range, low-infrastructure qualities of their indoor location systems. Exploiting the company’s proprietary Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER) indoor location technology, this low-frequency approach to indoor location works well in non-line-of-sight indoor environments, delivering average accuracy better than 40cm (16in). The video below shows how two receivers separated 130 feet apart are capable of accurate tracking in a 170ft […]


High Accuracy Indoor Location – Now at up to 40Hz Update Rate

Huntsville, AL USA – Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Q-Track Corporation today announced the availability of a 40Hz-update-rate indoor location system powered by the company’s proprietary Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER) indoor location technology. This fast update rate is ideal for highly dynamic tracking applications including vehicle and forklift tracking, sports and theatrical tracking, and drone tracking. Q-Track’s low-frequency approach to indoor location works well in non-line-of-sight indoor environments, delivering average accuracy better than 40cm (16in). The […]


Columbia Basin Community College Debuts Q-Track Dosimulation System

The Nuclear Program at Columbia Basin College debuted their Q-Track Dosimulation™ radiation training system earlier this month. “The simulator is incredible to our program,” said Dawn Alford, the Director of the Nuclear Program. “We’ve been wanting this for the last 5 years and through the generous donation of Washington River Protection Solutions, it’s going to provide the top notch training for our students.” For more information, see: http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/31382614/columbia-basin-community-college-unveils-state-of-the-art-radiation-simulator-for-nuclear-technology-program Columbia Basin Community College joins Aiken Technical […]


Q-Track Announces Patent Wins

Huntsville, AL USA – Tuesday, March 22, 2016 Q-Track Corporation today announced the award of U.S. Patent 9,209,525 for a “directive, electrically-small ultrawideband (UWB) antenna system and method,” and U.S. Patent 9,285,453 for a “method of near-field electromagnetic ranging and location.” These inventions further enhance the performance of Q-Track’s NFER® Real Time Location Systems (RTLS). NFER® RTLS enables 40 cm accurate location of  assets, workers, soldiers, actors, athletes, and other users. The company’s near-field indoor […]


Q-Track CTO Speaks to Central Indiana IEEE Today

Q-Track CTO, Dr. Hans G. Schantz will presenting a Lunch-N-Learn seminar to the Central Indiana Section of the IEEE this Monday, September 21, at 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. His talk is hosted by Frost Brown Todd LLC in downtown Indianapolis.  Register here. Dr. Schantz’s talk, Energy Flow in Reactive Fields, proposes a novel definition of near or reactive fields by reference to the electromagnetic Lagrangian and reviews basic concepts including energy velocity, energy flow, […]


Q-Track CTO Presents Seminar on Energy Flow in Reactive Fields to Huntsville IEEE

Q-Track CTO, Dr. Hans G. Schantz will presenting a Lunch-N-Learn seminar to the Joint Communications, Antennas & Propagation, and Microwave Theory and Techniques (JCAM) Chapter of the Huntsville Section of the IEEE this Wednesday, August 19, at 11:15 am to 12:45 pm. Lunch (Chicken Tenders) will be served, courtesy of his hosts at Technology Services Corporation (TSC) in Huntsville. Register here. Dr. Schantz’s talk proposes a novel definition of near or reactive fields by reference […]


New SafeSpot™ Collision Avoidance Video Released

Q-Track Releases a New Video for it’s Collision Avoidance System-SafeSpot™  (Huntsville, AL) June 29, 2015 — Q-Track Corporation releases a new video showing its innovative collision avoidance system-SafeSpot™.  The system was designed to reduce forklift accidents in the workplace. SafeSpot™ is the first system that: Distinguished between people and forklifts Reduces false positives Eliminates the need for workers to wear tags Click Here to view the video:[wpdevart_youtube]d0_Pw7gZokE[/wpdevart_youtube] About Q-Track: Q-Track Corporation (www.Q-Track.com) offers solutions that provide “Knowing Where, […]


Q-Track CTO, Dr. Hans Schantz, to Present Tutorial on “Near-Field Wireless Technology” at RFID Journal-LIVE

Q-Track CTO, Dr. Hans Schantz, to Present Tutorial on “Near-Field Wireless Technology” at RFID Journal-LIVE (San Diego, CA) April 14, 2015 — Q-Track CTO Dr. Hans Schantz will present a tutorial at 8:30am Wednesday, April 15 on “Near-Field Wireless Technology” at the co-located 2015 IEEE International Conference on Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) (http://2015.ieee-rfid.org). This technical conference, sponsored by IEEE – the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology – highlights leading-edge advances in RFID technology. […]


Q-Track Unveils High-Capacity, Quick Update Indoor Location System

Q-Track Unveils High Capacity, Quick Update Indoor Location System  (San Diego, CA) April 15, 2015 — Q-Track Corporation will unveil a high-capacity, quick-update indoor location system tonight at RFID Journal-LIVE in San Diego, CA. The QT-662 Locator-Receiver tracks up to 500 tagged people or assets at an update rate of about 1Hz. Q-Track’s breakthrough system delivers the same 40cm rms accurate indoor location of Q-Track’s previous Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER®) products. Q-Track will highlight the performance […]


Q-Track CTO Discusses Near-Field Wireless Technology

Q-Track CTO Dr. Hans G. Schantz will speak to Southern California audiences on near-field wireless technology in a variety of seminars and tutorials this week Monday April 13, 10-11am seminar at UCLA Tuesday April 14, 6-8:30pm Joint Meeting sponsored by the San Diego Section of the IEEE Wednesday April 15, 8:30am-noon Tutorial at IEEE RFID 2015 in San Diego Friday April 17, 3:00-4:30pm seminar at USC Dr. Schantz will discuss the origins of near-field wireless, […]