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S5720HI V200R010C00 Configuration Guide - WLAN-AC

This document describes native AC (hereinafter referred to as WLAN AC) configuration procedures and provides configuration examples.

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Application Scenarios for IoT APs

Application Scenarios for IoT APs

Asset Management Scenario

As shown in Figure 19-3, tags such as RFID tags are bound to assets and uniquely identify the assets. The RFID tags periodically send broadcast frames. APs' RFID cards receive the broadcast frames, and send signal strength and tag information contained in the frames to the asset management server. The asset management server then displays asset location results on the graphical user interface (GUI) for real-time asset tracing and location. Asset moving tracks can also be checked and automatic asset inventory can be achieved.

Figure 19-3  Asset management scenario

Infant Protection Scenario

In healthcare IoT scenarios, infants wear security wristbands with RFID modules. Infant and mother information is saved on a healthcare management server. The healthcare management server records infant locations in real time through exit monitors. Mothers can use a mobile app to confirm infant identities, protecting infants from being mistakenly carried away.

As shown in Figure 19-4, APs with RFID cards and exit monitors are deployed in hospital wards. RFID modules of security wristbands identify exit monitors and send exit monitor information to APs' RFID cards. The RFID cards send the information received from the infant wristbands to the healthcare management server. The healthcare management server then displays infant locations in real time based on exist monitor information such as monitor IDs. Audible and visual alarm devices and exit monitors are deployed at key exits and entrances in hospital ward areas. When security wristbands approach the exit monitors, the monitors can identify them, and trigger audible and visual alarms, achieving the anti-theft function of geo-fences.

Figure 19-4  Infant protection scenario

Updated: 2019-12-28

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