Back in 2015, Nokia’s LD-6T HAIP BT tag passed the FCC certification process. This BT tag is a part of the High Accuracy Indoor Positioning system, that Nokia has been developing for various businesses.
Now the tag got a newer BT SIG certificate since Nokia is still selling this system to hospitals or warehouses to better locate specific equipment in real-time.
This system works with Nokia DAC, or Digital Automation Cloud system, which can also introduce delivery robots into the whole picture.
Nokia did a nice use case scenario video that explains how this technology can be used.
This BT Tag reminds me of Nokia Treasure Tag that I used to use on my car key, so whenever I would leave it behind, the BT tag would disconnect and alarm me that I won’t be able to open my car :). The BT range was bad back then, so the tag would disconnect quite often, but nowadays that also got improved so this kind of accessory could be useful again.