Solutions

Access Monitoring

Access monitoring solutions from BlueCats offer tracking for personnel, assets, and vehicles, featuring Bluetooth LE and BlueCats Loop Cloud software.

FlowPoint facilitates unrestricted foot and vehicle traffic across your worksite, passively tracking time of attendance, direction, and entry/exit points. All data is sent to Loop Cloud, where you can view locations in real time.

Our industrial-grade reader, TapPoint, reads Bluetooth tags at close proximity. TapPoint allows for offline or online access control to trigger the opening of a gate, boom barrier, or turnstile.

FlowPoint

Identify vehicles and personnel at speed as they cross defined worksite thresholds. Entries, exits, and direction of flow are automatically recorded for frictionless tracking.

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TapPoint

Allow site access and record proof of presence with just a tap using BlueCats TapPoint. Offline mode holds a list of allowed tags for reliable access control to your worksite.

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EXPLORE SOFTWARE

Loop Cloud

Loop Local

EXPLORE HARDWARE

The BC3010 Charging Dock is a 10-Tag charger for the BC2611 Tag. With contact charging, it’s quick and easy to charge a Tag: just push it in! The Charging Dock can fully charge a depleted Tag in less than six hours. The Charging Status LED on the BC2611 Tag blinks green while charging, then turns [...]

Accurate contact tracing and social distance alerts for any workplace 100% made in the USA Rugged IP66 rating 40–60 days per charge Contact charging (no plugs) Store 100,000 contact events Dual-band: Bluetooth LE & Ultra-Wideband (UWB) BC2611 Tags leverage UWB to fine range other tags, alerting personnel when in proximity and logging any contact events. [...]

The BlueCats Synchronization Distribution Panel (SDP) provides power, timing synchronisation, and Ethernet connectivity to a network of BlueCats readers. The SDP includes eight reader ports. Each reader port can provide power for up to three connected BlueCats readers, supporting 24 readers in total. Each of the SDP’s reader ports connect to the network port internally, [...]