Leading-Edge RTLS Solutions
for Business Growth in Logistics, Manufacturing and Trasportation

UBIQUICOM is specialized in the design and development of innovative products and solutions for the locating and tracking of people and assets, designed to increase efficiency and safety in the supply chain business processes.


The impact of Real-Time Locating Systems and IoT Technologies on the visibility, efficiency and safety of processes in the logistics sector.

RTLS applications in logistics

Real-Time Locating Systems are used to automatically identify and track the location of assets, vehicles or people, usually in industrial and safety contexts.

RTLS applications in manufacturing

Vertical solutions for direct or indirect tracking and monitoring of vehicles, goods, and pedestrians in real-time at airports, on roads, and in construction.

RTLS applications in transportation


Identifying the position of assets (people, vehicles, and goods) enables more efficient operations.

UBIQUICOM vertical solutions provide 15-25% efficiency savings through a set of key factors, including:

  • Visibility: identify available assets to decrease research time, enhance process transparency, and maximize resource use
  • Compliance: reduce mistakes in product identification, transportation, and routing
  • Automation: automate the collection, release, consumption of resources, and inventory management
  • Process Optimization: improve resource allocation and orchestration leveraging Artificial Intelligence


UBIQUICOM offers a one-stop-shop platform aimed at large enterprises to support a wide range of use cases. The systems provide process visibility, automation, and orchestration, leveraging Artificial Intelligence and relying on multiple real-time locating technologies.

UBIQUICOM provides vertical solutions that address industry-specific pain points by combining location information and industry logic.

 The company’s competitive advantages lie in:

  • A deep, state-of-the-art know-how of RTLS Real-Time Locating Systems and enabling technologies;
  • A set of unique, patented solutions;
  • Reliability demonstrated through several thousand customer installations;

Gartner projects the indoor location services market to reach $55 billion in revenue by 2030, up from $1.9 billion in 2021.


RTLS (Real-Time Locating System) are systems designed to monitor and locate objects, stationary or moving, and people inside or outside a specific space in real-time.

RTLS use different technologies and methods to obtain localization, which is more or less precise and instantaneous. The technologies used in RTLS systems include:

  1. RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification): this technology uses tags emitting radio signals that can be detected and read by RFID readers placed in the environment; the location of objects or people is determined based on the reception of the RFID signal.
  2. UWB (Ultra-Wideband): this technology uses ultra-wideband radio signals to precisely measure the distance between nodes; using multilateration (also often referred to as “triangulation”), it is possible to calculate the position in real time.
  3. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE): using devices compatible with Bluetooth Low Energy technology, it is possible to monitor location in real time within a specific area.
  4. WiFi: some RTLS systems leverage existing WiFi networks to determine the location of objects or people based on WiFi signals received from different access points. WiFi is also used to communicate data.
  5. GPS: a satellite technology widely used for outdoor location tracking, providing the position and movements of objects or people with an accuracy of a few meters. A widely used variant in the field of Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) for centimeter-level accuracy in localization is Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) GPS.
  6. Mesh networks: in a RTLS based on Mesh networks, network nodes  can be used as reference points for calculating the position of a device. In practice, the device uses the signal strength received from the network nodes to determine its own position. Mesh networks are very useful in location systems because they allow for wider and more uniform coverage than simple WiFi networks. Another advantage of Mesh networks is their scalability, which can be expanded as needed by adding more nodes. An additional advantage is that a single infrastructure may be used for both communication and location
  7. Inertial sensors: sensors such as accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers are often used to measure the movement and orientation of objects or people.

The location can be obtained with two different approaches:

  • Direct approach: when the number of objects to be tracked is medium or low and continuous object tracking is required, or the resource flow is complex.
  • Indirect approach: when the number of objects to be tracked is high, and thei movement is being done by specific vehicles, tracking is carried out  indirectly through thelocation of the vehicles used for the movement itself.

RTLS tags and devices are read automatically and continuously in an active mode.


No need for a controlled process
to determine the asset’s location.


Full perimeter Indoor and Outdoor location and continuous Real–Time Tracking.


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