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RTLS enables tracking of live client device location within aerocout network. Cisco Meraki APs can track location of client devices independently, using the signal strength of each client device. This helps to locate client devices that are either stationary or moving inside the intended area.

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Using this approach, network administrators can easily determine the location of any desired client device within the network perimeter. Taggs helps in asset tracking and location based services. The client location is shown on a floor plan only if a floor plan is uploaded to aeroscput. If a floorplan is not uploaded in dashboard the client will be shown on google maps based on the information defined within dashboard.

Dashboard displays SNR Signal to Noise Ratio value on a per-client basis, therefore it is preferred to have an SNR value of 20dB or higher for all client devices that need to be tracked inside the network perimeter. RSSI requirements can be planned before deployment during the site gags phase for any given site.

Proper placement of access points is recommended in order to fully leverage the benefits of location accuracy. It is important to note that all APs should not be clustered inside the floor plan. Instead, APs may be placed on the perimeter of the floor plan in order to provide a consistent coverage throughout.

Additional APs can be tage in the corners of floor plan to enhance the location accuracy for client devices. These corner APs play a vital role in ensuring aeeoscout location accuracy for clients that are inside the perimeter area. Examples of such a deployment are shown in below floor plan images. Client location and tracking is expected to be more accurate when client devices are inside the blue dotted box.

Positioning of APs may impact client location tracking as well as the wireless performance in general. Therefore it is recommended that APs should not be taga very close together, or too distant from each other.

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Further, a minimum of three access points with four or more for better accuracy and precision should be able to decode client frames at any given time for client location tracking. Setting up a higher minimum bit rate value may help to balance client devices between all available APs in the network.

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This may help to track the location of client devices more accurately. Static channel assignment will override RF profiles settings assigned to an AP. While choosing a static channel, ensure that you have selected a static channel within the RF profile range assigned yags that specific AP.

This will ensure that the APs are tracking client devices more accurately for a network. Blink mode is used in order to conserve battery of the WiFi tags as they are not connected aeroscouy the AP full time. Meraki integrates with Ekahau’s Real-Time Aaeroscout Services RTLS solution, which offers the ability to track clients or tags with great accuracy in real-time, graphical formats. For detailed documentation on Ekahau’s products please visit the Ekahau website.

In associating mode, the tags will associate with the Meraki AP and independently communicate with the Ekahau positioning engine. No special configuration of the Meraki AP is required. In blink mode, the tags will not formally associate with seroscout AP, but will instead broadcast information which is collected by the AP and then sent by the AP to the Ekahau server. To configure a given Dashboard wireless network to work with tags in Ekahau blink mode:.

The Meraki APs on the selected wireless network will now pass information from Ekahau blink tags back to your Ekahau aerosscout. For detailed documentation on Stanley’s products please visit the Stanley Healthcare website.

In associating mode, the tags will associate with the Meraki AP and independently communicate with the Stanley positioning engine. In blink mode, the tahs will not formally associate with the AP, but will instead broadcast information which is collected by the AP and then sent by the AP to the Stanley server.

To configure a given Taggs wireless network to work with tags in Stanley blink mode:. The Meraki APs on the selected wireless network will now pass information from Stanley blink tags back to your positioning engine. Click to Learn More. You can find out more about Cisco Meraki on our main site, including information on products, contacting sales and finding a vendor.

Most questions can be answered by reviewing our documentation, but if you need more help, Cisco Meraki Support is ready to work with you.

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In the Meraki Community, you can keep track of the latest announcements, find answers provided by fellow Aerosscout users and ask questions of your own. Sign in Forgot Password. Dashboard Support Contact Sales. Overview RTLS enables tracking of live client device location within a network. To view the location of a client: Select the client you want to locate from the list.

The client will be represented as a blue dot on the aeroecout as shown below. Placement of Access Aerscout Proper placement of access points is recommended in order to fully leverage the benefits of location accuracy. Distance between APs Positioning of APs may impact client location tracking as well as the wireless performance in general.

Minimum bit rate Setting up a higher minimum bit rate value may help to balance client devices between all available APs in the network. How to Integrate with Ekahau Associating Mode In associating mode, the tags will associate with the Meraki AP and independently communicate with the Ekahau positioning engine.

Blink Mode In blink mode, the tags will not formally associate with the AP, aeroacout will instead broadcast information which is collected by the AP and then sent by the AP to the Ekahau server.

To configure a given Dashboard aegoscout network to work with tags in Ekahau blink mode: Blink Mode In blink mode, the tags will aeroscoout formally associate with the AP, but will instead broadcast information which is collected by the AP and then sent by the AP to the Stanley server. To configure a given Dashboard wireless network to work with tags in Stanley blink mode: Save as Aerowcout Email page. Related articles There are no recommended articles.

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