Inpixon, the Indoor Intelligence company, announced that its Inpixon Swarm Chirp V3 RF transceiver module received a Grant of Equipment Authorization certification from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and a certificate from ISED (Innovation, Science and Economic Development) Canada. The company also signed a CE declaration of conformity confirming the product passed RED, EMC and LVD tests.
The Inpixon Swarm Chirp is a 2.4 GHz chirp transceiver module that seamlessly integrates into custom real-time location system (RTLS) devices, enabling long-range RTLS capable of up to 1,000 meters, far exceeding the 300-500 meter range of traditional devices. The module includes embedded sensors that provide 3D acceleration and temperature readings. Its small form factor, low power consumption, and long-range make it suitable for wearable and mountable IoT devices for personnel, equipment, and asset tracking to support safety and productivity-enhancement use cases.
"We continue to achieve key third-party certifications for our products," noted Nadir Ali, CEO of Inpixon. "We believe these certifications not only validate our solutions meet high industry standards but also accelerate our customers' evaluation and purchase processes." "Our compact yet powerful Inpixon Swarm Chirp can be used in industrial and corporate settings to enable real-time asset tracking, worker safety, vehicle collision avoidance and more, making it an excellent fit for the large and fast-growing RTLS market."
According to research firm MarketsandMarkets, RTLS solutions are being increasingly deployed in supply chain operations of different industries to save time and minimize errors while improving the inventory turnover ratio, thereby saving costs and increasing return on investment. The RTLS market is estimated to be valued at USD 3.9 billion in 2021 and reach USD 12.7 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 26.5%.
"With its on-board microcontroller unit, 2.4 GHz RF chirp transceiver, 3D accelerometer, temperature sensor, and universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART), our Inpixon Swarm Chirp module can drastically cut the time-to-market for our integrator partners," commented Adam Benson, chief technology officer at Inpixon. "We have already deployed tens of thousands of V2 modules and believe, with its easy integration and versatility, we can deploy mass quantities of V3 modules into both current markets and additional markets and use cases where chirp products are advantageous."
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