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Ekahau Introduces Vision™ 2.0 Location Analytics Platform for Hospitals

Published: Thursday, November 01, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
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Ekahau Vision™ 2.0 location analytics platform leverages real-time location to improve asset utilization and staff safety in hospitals.

Ekahau Inc. has announced the availability of Ekahau Vision™ 2.0, the company’s new location analytics platform for hospital administrators, staff and caregivers.

The Ekahau Vision™ 2.0 software platform provides clear visibility into hospital workflows, delivering business intelligence from rules based on the movements of assets and people.

Vision™ 2.0 is now available as an upgrade for existing Ekahau customers and as a part of all new Ekahau RTLS deployments.

With Vision™ 2.0 hospitals gain better visibility into the location of individual assets and groups of assets so that staff can quickly find equipment and prevent loss, waste and theft.

In addition, Ekahau is the only RTLS provider to offer 2-way communications over Wi-Fi, enabling security teams to instantly locate staff during emergencies.

“More than ever before, we’re seeing our healthcare and growing enterprise customer base demand greater performance from their RTLS solutions. Customers want to use location data to drive decisions based on workflow, improve patient care, and provide a safe and secure work environment. That’s why we’ll continue expanding the Vision™ platform, so that our customers can extract the greatest ROI from their investment,” stated Mark Norris, CEO of Ekahau.

With a simple to use interface, Vision™ 2.0 gives hospital administrators reporting tools and dashboard views of workflow patterns across departments including pharmacy, laboratories, ORs, ERs, and catering, offering business intelligence that improves decision-making.


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