Inpixon (Nasdaq: INPX), the Indoor Intelligence™ company, today announced the release of Inpixon Aware 5.18.2 which adds Inpixon nanoLES RTLS location engine integration and supports Inpixon’s newest generation of multi-tech radio frequency sensors with enhanced encryption methodologies and advanced sensor authentication processes.
Inpixon’s enterprise and government customers can now utilize a single user interface, Inpixon Aware, to support an even wider set of use cases and technologies than previously possible. For example, organizations can track the location of high-value assets within inches with UWB, monitor movements of personnel and devices across wide areas with chirp, and detect Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular devices to identify rogue or unauthorized wireless activity – all on a single dashboard.
“It is important for organizations to bridge the gap between physical and digital security,” noted Adam Benson, CTO of Inpixon. “With Inpixon Aware, customers can simultaneously enhance their cybersecurity profile, by monitoring for unauthorized wireless signals, and their physical security posture, by tracking assets and other tagged entities.
Inpixon Aware’s comprehensive approach offers companies the ability to leverage their original investment as they expand their installations and usage scenarios, and enables them to meet a broad set of indoor intelligence needs with a single software solution.”
“This Aware release showcases the expanded capabilities and benefits made possible by integrating systems and technologies into a unified user experience,” said Nadir Ali, CEO of Inpixon. “I believe Inpixon is executing well on our product strategies as we continue to advance our leadership as a one-stop shop for all indoor intelligence solutions.”
Inpixon Aware has been recognized with several industry accolades including the recently announced 2021 IoT Evolution Security Excellence Award.
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