Nothingbutnet is providing a social-distancing-based premium version of its real-time location system for sports, as well as for offices or factories, that leverages Bluetooth Low Energy technology from Quuppa.

Sports technology company Nothingbutnet (NBN) has released a social-distancing solution that builds on the real-time location system (RTLS) it already offers for basketball (NBN23) and aquatics (Nagi Smartpool). The company’s new Soocial solution captures data and delivers content regarding the locations of swimmers or other athletes, as well as individuals in offices or factories, to boost safety during the COVID-19 crisis. All of NBN’s RTLS solutions leverage location data from Quuppa Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) sensors and tags to identify where individuals are located, and (in the case of Soocial) when they come within close contact and for how long.

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