Modules and components

Indoor/outdoor location

Sensors for indoor automation

Indoor GPS location is practically impossible because it depends on satellites; even with the help of mobile phone antennas, its accuracy is often poor and it is difficult to navigate inside large buildings using this technology. This is why sensor solutions for indoor locations are established, which locate assets or people accurately.

Using receivers and transmitters of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Beacons, RFID and NFC implanted with antennas, displays, biometric sensors, scanners, cameras and buttons, among many other IoT devices.

Zone anchors

Depending on the level of precision required, a distributed network of small sensors is created which acts as an area anchor and maps the space; these are one of the two components that make up the environment.

Mapping the area

Once the zone anchors are synchronised in CHECKINGplan, the zone is determined and access and/or activity permits are granted. The customisation provides extreme versatility in mapping.


The operation is completed by communicating with other devices, whether sensors or smart devices.

Areas with sensors actively monitor multiple physical and/or chemical signals to notify the platform, thus facilitating multiple uses for this solution.

Location of assets

Using an RFID antenna in a maintenance workshop and attaching RFID tags to each piece of equipment and/or vehicle that requires work from that department, the processes of entry and tracking of the asset are automated.

Location of people

By identifying yourself in a space equipped with sensors and using the CHECKINGplan field app, you can receive a list of tasks to be performed at that location, as well as register incidents or mark a safety course.

Outdoor location

Identifying an outdoor geolocation by determining a radius or perimeter and using GPS technology, we can check the coordinates of the site and cross-check them with those of the operator to determine a list of areas where it is possible to assign clocking or tasks.


The map viewer allows task management from a dynamic map, considering the location of each asset to optimise task planning, grouping the planning by “activity type” or individualising by area from the map viewer with a dynamic node editor.