Transformational Technology Summit: The Future of RTLS Image

Transformational Technology Summit: The Future of RTLS

Actionable Benefits

  • Identify primary use cases that will drive RTLS adoption to help refine product portfolio.
  • Identify largest market opportunities for RTLS solutions at a vertical level. Understand where sales and marketing resources should be devoted to help build more scalable deployments and justify technology investment.
  • Understand competitive landscape and highlight potential competitive threats at a technology level.
  • Prepare optimal roadmap and product timelines for RTLS products based on projected market penetration of different technologies.

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the major market verticals and use cases that are driving RTLS opportunities today and will in the future?
  • How are key RTLS technologies differentiated and what are the key technical and commercial metrics that are required to address the indoor positioning market?
  • What are the biggest challenges facing RTLS today and how will they be solved?
  • What role will 5G positioning play within this market landscape and what will drive 5G positioning opportunities?
  • What are the optimal rollout requirements for 5G positioning and what challenges need to be overcome?                

Research Highlights

  • Discussion around key trends influencing the future of RTLS including technical evolution.
  • Highlighting potentially disruptive emerging technologies such as 5G versus short-range wireless technologies.
  • Defines key commercial and technology metrics that will influence RTLS growth.
  • Guidance on how to overcome existing RTLS barriers.
  • Timelines for emerging 5G positioning technology.          

Who Should Watch This?

  • Wireless chipset and module vendors (marketing, product managers, sales).
  • RTLS solution providers and partners.
  • System integrators.
  • Industrial equipment manufacturers.
  • Decision makers in industrial sector who are looking to invest in 5G.
  • Enterprise and building owners across multiple industries, e.g. education, manufacturing, hospitality, warehousing.
  • Network operators.
  • GNSS and other location service providers.