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 of NFER® indoor location systems in demonstrations around Booth 320E on the RFID-Journal Live exhibit floor. Q-Track personnel will be available to discuss how NFER® Real-Time Location Systems can solve many of the most difficult indoor location problems.Print

About Q-Track:

Q-Track Corporation (www.Q-Track.com) offers solutions that provide “Knowing Where, Anywhere” for a growing ranging of industrial real-time location applications. The company’s patented Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER®) systems employ a unique low-frequency, long-wavelength radio signal to achieve highly accurate (40 cm rms) indoor location results even in complicated non-line-of-sight environments. NFER® Real Time Location Systems enable “Dosimulation™,” a radiation worker training system deployed in a quarter of U.S. nuclear plants. Q-Track also offers a proximity detection and collision avoidance system that protects people from cranes and  robotic material handling equipment at a variety of manufacturing plants nationwide, as well as location systems that enhance military training by precisely locating soldiers in training ranges extending through multiple buildings and across tens of thousands of square meters (hundreds of thousands of square feet).

Q-Track is a privately-held company located in Huntsville, AL. The company’s research and development was supported by private investors, and contracts and grants from Homeland Security, The U.S. Army, The U.S. Air Force, National Science Foundation, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the National Institutes for Health.


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Chad Ludwig



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