Deployment scenario 1:- Multiple floors in a building with enclosed walls on all the four sides and with ceiling and concrete roof. In this case, the tags in floor ‘x’ will only see the anchors in floor ‘x’ and tags in floor ‘y’ will only see the anchors in floor ‘y’. In this case, we can have two networks with different or same PANIDs and should not be a problem in location determination.
Deployment scenario 2:- In warehouses for example, even though there is a metal ceiling and flooring, it might not be covered with four walls. In this case, the anchors in floor ‘x’ can be heard by tags in floor ‘y’. In this case will the trilateration fail? We are understanding that the tags to anchors distance in the same floor will be different than the tags to anchors on different floors and hence the results will be different How is this deployment scenario handled in decawave?