Real-Time Location System

Real-time Location Tracking

Real-time locating systems (RTLS) are used to automatically identify and track the location of objects or people in real time, usually within a building or other contained area. 1 RTLS offers the ability to pinpoint the exact location of any material within a given facility, providing the ability to monitor and track those objects and interactions where they occur.

We offer state-of-the-art RFID recognition and RTLS location solutions.

We highly recommend BlueCats RFID (RTLS) integration solutions.

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  • April 23, 2019
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Real-Time Location System

Security Best Practices and Improvements for Mendix Applications

Security is one of the most important aspects of an application, because misconfiguration or failing security can have great consequences to the stakeholders of the application. The Mendix Runtime protects your application and data according to your model, where the Mendix Cloud handles security at infrastructural level. This page describes the common aspects where a Mendix developer should think of when delivering an application within the Mendix Cloud.Mendix Security

  • March 23, 2019
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Service Catalog - Self Help

The power of Mendix code lends itself to creating dynamic applications that truly satisfy customer requirements.  Take Service Catalog as an example.

In "theory" the purpose of a Service Catalog is to "simplify what a user might select as a categorization of his or her problem or issue". 

As Self-Help goes, the concept is sound and if executed properly relieves some of the workload on the Help Desk staff though reduction of calls being individually supported.  While this sounds feasible and it is clearly laid out in design by ITIL® delivering the solution is fraught with design issues that impact the delivery of a dynamic solution that satisfies all.   As an ITIL® process, enter e-ServiceSuite,  having "been there and done that", the architects of this solution designed the ability to set and change Service Catalog entries based on dynamically configurable data.  Going a step further, Administrators can set up and change unique Service Catalogs linked directly to permission groups or to tenant memberships .  So employees in HR may see and select a service issue that has the look and feel of belonging uniquely to HR, when in fact it might be defined as a "standard" incident ticket type with all that is associated with it such as SLA, Notifications, reporting and so on.  Additionally, an Administrator may change the Service Catalog item description, group membership and etc. "on the fly" with immediate change to the catalog presented to the user.

  • May 02, 2019
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