CenTrak Unveils Revolutionary BLE Multi-Mode Platform for Health Care RTLS Solutions

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CenTrak, the industry leader in real-time location technology, introduces the groundbreaking BLE Multi-Mode Platform, setting a new standard for Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) in health care. Discover how this innovative solution enhances location data precision and streamlines operations for health care organizations.

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CenTrak, a leading provider of real-time location technology, has introduced its advanced Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Multi-Mode Platform. This innovative Real-Time Location System (RTLS) solution is the first of its kind in the industry and has been designed to meet the unique needs of health care facilities. With its unparalleled location data capabilities and cost-effective deployment model, this cutting-edge platform provides health care providers with a reliable and efficient solution to their location tracking needs.

CenTrak is proud to offer the industry’s first BLE Multi-Mode Platform, providing customers with simple, low-cost deployments for point-solution RTLS that can seamlessly scale to support enterprise use cases on a single platform,” noted Kevin Paroda, global segment manager for acute care in an exclusive quote to Infection Control Today. “Through this purposefully built advancement that effortlessly transitions between BLE and all CenTrak Clinical-Grade Locating (CGL) environments, health care organizations of all sizes are better able to provide scalable, high-quality visibility where it’s truly necessary and ensure peace of mind in tandem with a cost-effective price point.”

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Building on the success of its ConnectRT cloud-based software platform, CenTrak's BLE Multi-Mode Platform features a hybrid architecture that seamlessly transitions between BLE and CenTrak Clinical-Grade Locating (CGL) environments. This interoperability allows customers to optimize their RTLS infrastructure with a mix of technologies across single buildings or entire hospital campuses, balancing affordability and precision based on departmental requirements.

“Our team proudly delivers yet another pivotal milestone in the company’s relentless pursuit of unprecedented innovation to integrate technology that supports health care professionals and further develops the modern connected hospital,” said Andrew Robinson, president and CEO at CenTrak. “With CenTrak, health care organizations worldwide can gain access to a versatile, scalable, and cost-effective solution for elevating staff safety and optimizing patient care.”

The platform's flagship product, the redesigned RTLS badge, provides health care providers with an accessible entry point to their RTLS journey. The badge boasts enhanced durability, extended battery life, easy over-the-air maintenance, and user-friendly features such as diagnostic LEDs and an audible buzzer. Each badge includes a dedicated emergency duress button, designed to prevent false alerts, along with 2 configurable buttons for custom workflows.

“The health care industry acknowledges the value of location data and the resulting [return on investment],” stated Crystal Ryan, chief commercial officer at CenTrak. “This recognition has prompted key decision-makers to invest in the transformative benefits that RTLS can deliver. Our groundbreaking BLE Multi-Mode Platform marks a substantial advancement in RTLS technology, solidifying our commitment to improving health care delivery with top-tier solutions and thoughtfully driving innovation.”

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