In Pictures: Most wild, wacky and wonderful Wi-Fi installations

RF’s most odd, unusual, cool, intriguing network applications for work, fashion, health and play

Wi-Fi is being used in a variety of emergency location scenarios, such as “man down” and “no movement” alarm applications. Finland’s Ascom last year integrated its 802.11n VOIP Wi-Fi phone, the Ascom i62, with Ekahau Wireless’ Wi-Fi real-time location system. The phone, shown here, clips on a belt, and has a one-press button on its top to trigger the Ekahau tracking, which requires the Ekahau Positioning Engine appliance. Both voice and location tracking work over an array of popular enterprise wireless LAN brands.

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