Raleigh, NC, Jan. 17, 2017 — WISER Systems announced today that WISER’s Antenna Node housing design is being featured in the Proto Labs’ 2017 Cool Parts Calendar. Each year Proto Labs selects 12 exemplary designs to highlight — one for each calendar month.

Proto Labs, which made Fortune Magazine’s 2015 100 Fastest-Growing Companies List, publishes its Cool Parts Calendar to highlight innovative designs created with injection molding, CNC machining, or 3D printing. The 2017 calendar features the molded mount of WISER Systems’ Redundant Radio Localization Tracking (RRLT) Antenna Node, designed by Scott Fisher, Senior Design Engineer and Partner, Iscari Design LLC, based in Raleigh, NC.

The November entry in Proto Labs’ 2017 calendar also highlights how WISER’s revolutionary Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology can reinvent warehouse inventory and operations. WISER’s RRLT mesh network technology uses wireless sensors to track objects in real-time, eliminating the need for manual scanning or expensive RFID infrastructure. Unlike WiFi and BLE/Blue-Tooth solutions, it’s highly accurate without latency and interference problems.  WISER’s Locator System also works where wireless and cellular coverage is unavailable.

WISER Systems, Inc. delivers inexpensive, real time location of critical assets with one-meter accuracy within a defined perimeter — indoors or out. Our RRLT™ tracking solution provides autonomous, real time granular location and “on-the-move” tracking that can be monitored through a web-based interface on any computer or mobile device. We are the WISER way to Track, Find, and Secure the things that matter.

Contact: Stephen Taylor, WISERsystems, Inc.;  stephen.taylor@wisersystems.com