Quuppa Tested Devices

Quuppa Positioning enables sub-meter accuracy with a sub-second latency – regardless of the Bluetooth® device type. While most tracked devices are simply asset and people tracking tags, there is a growing trend towards tracking, e.g. smartphones and handheld scanners.

To help our customers choose the best performing devices, we have our own testing and certification programme for these devices.

Quuppa Tested Device

Datalogic
Joya Touch 22 scanner

The mobile computer scanner is equipped with a powerful processor, capable of handling customised add on applications to make your in-store experience as seamless as possible.

Datalogic
Skorpio X5 scanner

Skorpio X5 scanner enables retail, transportation and logistics, manufacturing, and healthcare companies to reach new levels of reliability and flexibility.

PDi Digital
sepioo D2.6 B

The 2.6-inch e-ink display is designed to meet the requirements of industrial IoT applications, catering to asset management and process optimisation in smart factories, hospitals, warehouses and logistics settings.

PDi Digital
sepioo D2.7 B

The 2.7-inch e-ink display device meets the needs of industrial IoT applications for asset management and process optimisation in smart factories, warehouses and logistics.

Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro

Galaxy XCover6 Pro withstands drops and spills, and its moisture-resistant screen is responsive to wet gloves.

Sensolus Track 1100

Sensolus Track 1100 is a rugged device using the Quuppa system indoors and GNSS outdoors. Perfect for use in transit and with external customers and suppliers.

Get Your Devices Tested by Quuppa

Quuppa Tested is a certification category that is reserved for devices which are typically designed for some other purposes than positioning. The category itself is not exclusive by nature of the device. The key requirement for devices in this category is to have a radio that can transmit Quuppa Direction Finding packets (as specified in Quuppa Emulation Specification) at least on one of the Quuppa tracking channels.

Once the correct packet transmission is confirmed, device’s positioning performance is being tested in the office environment as well as in the field environment. Depending on the device type and nature of its use with Quuppa System, some other technical and practical tests may be introduced.

If device is deemed to perform satisfactorily considering its common use and usage environment, Quuppa grants the manufacturer right to use “Quuppa Tested” mark and Quuppa Trademark in the manufacturer’s marketing materials.

Do you have a device to be added in our list? Contact us now and let’s get it done!

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Frequently Asked about Quuppa Tested Devices

Quuppa Tested device can operate on proprietary or standard Bluetooth® Low Energy channels. Devices can be based on Quuppa FW libraries, Quuppa Android libraries, or Quuppa Emulation Specifications.

No, a device must at least transmit Quuppa Direction Finding packets. Buying e.g. the listed Samsung device from brick and mortar does not have Quuppa support out-of-box. Talk with us, and we will tell you how to get a compatible device.

For Quuppa Tested Device certification, the key requirement is to have a radio that can transmit Quuppa Direction Finding packets (as specified in Quuppa Emulation Specification) at least on one of the Quuppa tracking channels. Once correct packet transmission is confirmed, the device’s positioning performance is being tested in the office environment as well as in the field environment. Finally, we will evaluate the antenna radiation pattern (subject to availability).

Quuppa Approved Tags are so-called Native Tags that are based on Quuppa Tag FW libraries and support natively Quuppa SW suite. Quuppa Tested Devices can be based on Quuppa Tag FW libraries, but they can also be Emulation devices, and the test coverage is much more narrow.

Please submit the form at Contact Us with as thorough information as possible. Once we have reviewed your submission, we will contact you for the next steps.