Mitsubishi preps Zigbee for enterprise security apps

Wednesday, 16 February 2005, 2:59 PM EST

Mitsubishi Electric intends to commercialize in 2007 ZigBee-based sensor networks that have location and positioning applications, the company said Tuesday.

Mitsubishi Electric has added microcomputers with software algorithms to ZigBee sensors that enables them to measure the distance between each other, said Noriyuki Kushiro, manager at Mitsubishi Electric's Living Environment Systems Lab.

By Paul Kallender at InfoWorld.

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