Wi-Fi Location Monitor is a WiFi based real-time locating system (RTLS) that locates and monitors active WiFi devices, such as phones, tablets and WiFi tags inside multi-story buildings or throughout an entire campus. Wi-Fi Location Monitor is a key building block for analytics applications that produce insights by monitoring visitors' behavior in a physical space.
Nodes collect data for WiFi Location Monitor. Deployed through a monitored site, nodes detect active WiFi devices, collecting their identifying MAC address. A device must be detected by three or more nodes for its location to be estimated. Otherwise, only its presence is known.