TRAMS is an expansion of the RTLS Wi-Fi tracking developed by gab. The Software supports the administration and the surveillance of buildings and rooms. TRAMS can show the movement patterns of people inside of buildings, show how long people stayed at points in the building or how long it takes them to get from one point to another one.
By doing that you can identify possible security holes or highly frequented places. The use is also very informative for Marketing Analytics. By visualizing visitor hotspots the best places for advertisement can be found.
TRAMS shows the ways used in buildings and visualizes them by lines, heat maps and symbols. If you have questions we would love to answer them.
TRAMS is an expansion on the GAB RTLS Wi-Fi Tracking. Instead of the Ekahau Tracking Tag, a smartphone can be used as a tracker for the Ekahau localization system. The tracker will send position data to the server in definable periods of time. The determination of the current position in a building will take place by measuring the Wi-Fi field intensity and with the principle of triangulation.
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Reporting and recording of movement patterns
TRAMS illustrates the covered distances of every tracker and stores them in the database. In the reporting module you can analyze the movement patterns.
Representation in Heat maps
The collected movement data and the duration of stops at given places can be shown in a heat map. The darker a region is the more frequently it is being visited.
Adaption of maps from Ekahau Vision
The data for visualizing in TRAMS are being exported and processed from the Ekahau Vision System.
Movement patterns of persons inside a building
A person’s movements can be illustrated exactly. An algorithm, developed just for TRAMS, makes sure that only realistic routes are being drawn so that things like walls won’t be crossed.
Chronological development of the customer frequency at a mall at certain days or times
Location and frequency of the visitors are represented by symbols on the map.