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Queralt Releases iQ3 Application for iOS Devices

Queralt, a manufacturer of value-based sensor and RFID technology applications, has released a cloud based management, notification and tracking application, which can be used on iOS devices. The announcement adds to the celebration of the iPhone’s fourth anniversary.

The iQ3 brand, developed by Queralt, would permit iPhone and iPad internet browsers to access the iQ3 system. The iQ3 needs only a web browser for accessing the real time dashboard, notifications, events and analytics without additional third party plugins. Hence, clients can access the iQ3 from their iOS solutions’ native web application instead of needing downloads of other applications and thus it is easy to use and is also free.

According to Steven Abbagnaro, CSA, this move to support iOS devices would greatly benefit to their customers, as mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones are increasingly becoming more and more popular. Clients would be able to both observe and track their assets wirelessly and obtain important alerts and notifications whenever events of importance and interest take place.

The iQ3 system technology could actively monitor and track not only people and physical assets, but also the environmental conditions in which they work and operate via the cloud based RTLS solutions, which use sensor and RFID technologies and this system is now readily available for all customers who use iOS devices.


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