Oregon University expands Disability Access Services with AeroScout Wi-Fi

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Oregon State University expands Disability Access Services with AeroScout Wi-Fi

Oregon State University (OSU) has deployed the AeroScout real-time location system (RTLS) and asset tracking and management solution campus-wide to increase accessibility and inventory utilization. OSU’s Disability Access Services (DAS) uses the solution to track the real-time location of specialized items for students, faculty and visitors with disabilities and special needs. The AeroScout RTLS solution tracks the location of hundreds of assets – primarily expensive, specialized furniture such as SurfaceWorks tables, lumbar support chairs, Izzy podiums, and interpreter and transcriber chairs – dispersed across the campus. The solution consists of AeroScout’s MobileView software and AeroScout Wi-Fi Tags. The tags are attached to the specialized furniture and send location information for each item over OSU’s Wi-Fi network to MobileView, which has a graphical map of the campus that shows the real-time location of each item.

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