At Leisure Auto, we specialize in manufacturing Ultra-Wideband Real-Time Location Systems (UWB RTLS) designed for engineering, construction, and commercial vehicles. Our UWB RTLS solutions offer unmatched accuracy, reliability, and customization to meet your specific needs. Whether for OEM or ODM orders, our experienced team is ready to assist. Enhance your operations with our advanced UWB RTLS technology. Contact us today for tailored quote!


UWB RTLS stands for Ultra-Wideband Real-Time Location System. It is a technology used to accurately track the location of objects or people in real-time, often used in engineering, construction, and commercial vehicles.

The range of UWB RTLS can vary, but UWB RTLS typically operates effectively within a radius of about 100 meters (roughly 330 feet). This makes it suitable for large industrial and commercial applications.

UWB RTLS uses small devices called “tags” that emit very short radio pulses over a wide range of frequencies. These pulses are picked up by “anchors” – fixed points in your space. By measuring the time it takes for the pulse to travel from the tag to the anchors, the system can calculate the tag’s precise location.

UWB offers high accuracy, low power consumption, and excellent resistance to interference. It can also penetrate through obstacles like walls, making it versatile for various environments.

Yes, UWB is worth it for applications that require precise location tracking. Its high accuracy and reliability make it ideal for critical applications in engineering, construction, and commercial vehicles.

UWB is accurate because it uses very short radio pulses and a wide frequency spectrum. This allows it to measure distances with high precision and minimize errors caused by interference.

The cost of UWB tags varies depending on factors like battery life, features, and order volume. On average, an UWB tag can cost between $10 to $50. Contact us for a personalized quote tailored to your specific requirements.

UWB RTLS systems can achieve accuracy levels of up to 10 centimeters. This high level of precision makes it suitable for applications where exact location tracking is crucial.

Yes, UWB signals can penetrate walls and other obstacles. This capability makes it useful for indoor applications where line-of-sight is not always possible.

UWB signals have limited ability to penetrate metal. However, they can reflect off metal surfaces, which can be used to enhance location accuracy in certain scenarios.

UWB calculates distance by measuring the time it takes for a signal to travel from the transmitter to the receiver. This time-of-flight measurement is then converted into distance using the speed of light.

UWB may be restricted by regulatory requirements in different countries. It is important to ensure that UWB devices comply with local regulations regarding frequency usage and power levels.

UWB systems are designed to be energy-efficient. The power consumption of UWB devices is typically low, making them suitable for battery-powered applications.

Yes, UWB tags are typically battery-powered, enabling wireless operation and flexibility. Battery life varies depending on usage patterns and tag configuration.

Yes, UWB can be used outdoors, but its range and accuracy can be affected by environmental factors like weather and obstacles. Proper planning and deployment can mitigate these effects.

UWB RTLS is valuable across a wide range of industries, including:

Construction & Engineering
Logistics & Warehousing

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