Simplifying adoption of RFID and RTLS solutions

Software-suite for extracting actionable information from raw sensor-reads with intelligent algorithms and sophisticated pattern-detection logic.

<span>Simplifying adoption of</span>
RFID and RTLS solutions
Problem

Problem

Industrial I-o-T technologies, such as real-time-location-systems (RTLS) and radio-frequency-identification (RFID) solutions generate huge amounts of raw data. Currently, customers end up spending top dollars for customizing this data to incorporate their business processes and integrating these solutions with their enterprise systems. No more!

Solution

Solution

Tagit’s IoT software-suite reduces the costs and complexities involved in deploying all Industrial IoT solutions with a unified framework for managing all sensor devices, detecting real-life situations based on the patterns of sensor-data generated, and responding in ‘real-time’ as per pre-defined business rules - with minimal programming resources. Beat that!

We already improved many processes

Customers, globally, are transforming their industrial, manufacturing, engineering, logistics and healthcare operations with our software-suite and attaining their RoI in 3-6 months with the reduced cost of implementation and simplicity of adoption.

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