- April 12, 2022
April 12, 2022 - WISER Systems, a leading provider of location and tracking systems, will demonstrate ATLAS, its new high-density ultra-wideband (UWB) real-time mesh location and tracking system as an exhibitor at MRO Americas Booth #6902, April 26-28, 2022 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, Texas.
WISER’s newly released ATLAS allows users to wirelessly and precisely locate and track thousands of tagged items in densely packed metallic environments in real-time, without sacrificing the precision, minimal infrastructure, and ease of install/use that WISER’s lower-density Locator already provides.
WISER ATLAS allows the user to easily associate work-order or part numbers to tags using the WISER mobile/desktop app. This simple association instantaneously enables tracking throughout the entire manufacturing process and facility. As always, the user can view all tagged items live as they move throughout the mesh using the app. The search function snaps to the tag being searched across the entire mesh for easy retrieval or process step identification in real time.
The WISER micro-location system uses proprietary UWB Redundant Radio Location & Tracking (RRLT) technology to locate, identify and track assets in real time without latency. WISER ATLAS delivers solutions in Industry 4.0 priorities, including smart manufacturing operations improvement and efficiencies, warehouse and auto-inventory management, supply chain and logistics, and yard management, to name a few.
“We're excited to exhibit at MRO Americas for the first time to demonstrate ATLAS, a truly revolutionary system where companies can track thousands of work orders and assets simultaneously with high accuracy and minimal infrastructure. The system is simple to install and provides accuracy even in highly reflective industrial and metal-heavy environments, unlike anything available on the market today,” said Mark Dirks, chief revenue officer at WISER Systems. “Other systems require a substantial number of additional antennas, hours of installation, and regular infrastructure maintenance, which until now has made real time autonomous tracking in these high-density locations prohibitively expensive,” Dirks added.
MRO Americas is the largest Aviation MRO event in the world, and is hosted by Aviation Week, an aviation industry trade publication in existence for more than 100 years. As the industry focuses on accelerated ramp-up, "you'll learn the hottest trends, experience new ideas, services and products, and reconnect with the MRO community," according to Aviation Week.