WiSeMote™ WM1-20 802.11bgn (2.4GHz) tag

WiSeMote is the first RTLS tag family in the industry where the tag manufacturer owns the active Wi-fi technology. This translates into an unprecedented level of energy efficiency and reliability, backed by IP protection and strategic roadmap alignment with future generations of RTLS.

The WM1-20 tag is ideal for use in environments that are based on legacy 2.4GHz 802.11bgn-based wireless infrastructure. It supports multiple modes of operation, among which the user can choose based on the infrastructure and use case. Sites that have Cisco-based APs and back-end mobility services (such as WCS and MSE) can use the CCX mode. Beaconing mode can be used in environments where hand-held clients e.g. Android tablets or phones are prevalent. Future versions of tag & configuration software will also support associated mode of operation, enabling any network of 3rd party APs to track assets in real-time without the need for any additional hardware investments.

In addition to location, tag provides telemetry information (battery life, motion and temperature). It has an emergency button which can be used to configure system alarms and notifications. Since it runs on battery, power consumption can be further optimized by configuring for less frequent beaconing while at rest (quiet), compared to when in motion (active).

The WM1-20 tag is IP54-certified for resistance against shock, vibration, and moisture. It is FCC/IC/CE approved.


  • Industry’s first dual-band RTLS tag
  • Multi-mode operation
  • CCX compatible beaconing
  • Proprietary beaconing for custom solutions
  • Associated mode for locationing with standard infrastructure
  • Enterprise security modes
  • Motion detector
  • Low frequency activated chokepoint support
  • Alarm button and LEDs
  • Fully wireless configurability
  • Over-the-air Firmware Upgrade capable
  • Battery life of over 5 years with 5-minute beaconing
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  • Asset tracking in logistics and warehousing
  • Medical applications including patient tracking
  • People tracking for safety and security
  • Monitoring of transport conditions using sensors
  • Tracking of goods, materials and containers in shipping yards
  • Inventory and equipment security