The Role of Real-Time Locating in the Digital Transformation of Healthcare – Reviewing the History and Future Trends of RTLS

Feb. 8, 2024
Explore the evolution of Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS) in healthcare during this Fireside Chat. Uncover the history, present applications, and future trends of RTLS, discovering how it enhances health and safety outcomes in care delivery operations.

This Fireside Chat was originally held on February 8, 2024 and is now available for on demand viewing.

Duration: 30 minutes
Sponsored by: Sonitor Technologies, Inc.

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Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS) have been used within healthcare settings for more than two decades and have had a major impact in transforming care delivery operations. Today there is wide variation in locating technologies and even wider variation in the available applications, some of which are new arrivals yet to be expanded across the healthcare space. In this Fireside Chat, Tim Wildman, Chief Solutions Officer for Sonitor®, will review the past, present and future of RTLS while explaining how healthcare institutions can expand the potential impact locating has on health and safety outcomes.

In this webcast you will learn:

  • The journey of real-time locating systems in healthcare settings.
  • How locating can be applied to clinical use cases to impact outcomes.
  • What is coming next in RTLS innovation.


Tim Wildman
Chief Solutions Officer
Sonitor Technologies, Inc.

Tim Wildman, Chief Solutions Officer for Sonitor Technologies, Inc. is a highly accomplished and visionary commercial executive with domestic and international experience in acquisitions, business and technology development, program leadership, and strategic planning for organizations ranging from startups to multi-national, publicly traded enterprises. He also has specialized experience with digital health and IoT solutions, including RTLS, and he holds over 60 patents for various technologies. In his current role with Sonitor, Mr. Wildman is responsible for developing close partnerships with health systems to deliver locating strategies that will lower the cost of care and advance the operations of healthcare delivery.

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