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Ubisense and Quuppa Partner on Industrial Location-Aware Solutions

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According to a recent announcement, Ubisense Group, an enterprise location intelligence solutions provider, has entered into a new partnership with Quuppa as part of Ubisense’s strategy to integrate leading location and identification technologies with its open and sensor-agnostic SmartSpace software platform, with the goal of enabling customers to create an enterprise-wide digital twin for critical manufacturing activities.

SmartSpace is designed to allow customers to integrate a broad range of sensing capabilities to address different use cases and a wide range of ROIs, and leverage existing location technology they may already be using.

“The Quuppa Ecosystem—now more than 90 partners strong—continues to flourish, bringing the power of highly accurate, reliable and scalable location services to a growing number of companies across a variety of industries through our commitment to BLE technology,” said Thomas Hasselman, CMO, Quuppa. “In partnering with Ubisense, we are delivering new opportunities to SmartSpace customers that are using location as a business driver.”

Quuppa uses a combination of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and the Angle of Arrival (AoA) methodology, as well as advanced location algorithms that have been developed over the course of more than 15 years, to calculate highly accurate, real-time indoor positioning, even in the most demanding environments. The Quuppa solution provides another powerful source of information to drive location-aware applications within Ubisense’s SmartSpace platform.

“One of the key benefits of our SmartSpace platform is the ability to integrate a wide range of data sources to facilitate building sensor-rich, industrial-scale systems, allowing us to propose the right location sensor technology for each application,” said Dr. Andy Ward, CTO, Ubisense. “We’re looking forward to seeing powerful additional use cases develop as customers explore our joint capabilities with Quuppa.”


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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