Can you determine location by hearing an object or person’s position? Sort of, and that’s the technology that’s deployed by PoLTE. The company uses a sensing technology over a cellular medium to very accurately determine location. Hear more about it in this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion with Ed Chao, PoLTE’s CEO. https://polte.com/
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Five Minutes with…Ed Chao, CEO, PoLTE
Can you determine location by hearing an object or person’s position?
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