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Lime is available in three different packages to suit differing levels of complexity and budget:


Lime is middleware with an optional presentation layer which is highly configurable by its users. It is built on industry standard SQL, so can be readily integrated with third party systems. It supports many popular auto-ID technologies:

Bar codes - any 1d or 2d bar code types


Passive RFID - Low Frequency (LF) high frequency (HF) including Near Field Communications (NFC), Ultra High Frequency (UHF)

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) - Active (with internal battery), Passive (Wiliot), Battery-Less (Lightricity)


Ultra-wideband (UWB) - Various providers


GPS Trackers - for fixing to vehicles, stillages, shipping cartons


IOT sensors - bespoke integrations can be provided for other parameters, for example temperature and humidity

RFID Reading Hardware Compatibility

To make RFID readers compatible with Lime, eVantage software is embedded onto the reader. Currently Lime will receive data from the following devices:

  • Zebra fixed and mobile passive UHF RFID readers

  • Nordic ID handheld passive UHF RFID readers

  • Impinj fixed passive UHF RFID readers / gateways

  • Keonn fixed passive UHF RFID readers

  • Codegate BLE receivers


Real Time Location Systems (RTLS) Integration

Codegate has developed integrations with the following real time location systems to deliver asset data with both x-y and lat-long attributes:

                                        RF-Controls - passive UHF RFID

                                        Sewio - UWB

                                        Wiser Systems - mesh networked UWB


                                        GPS with cellular / LoRa backhaul

Custom attributes can be created for any asset or location. These can be used to add certificates of conformance, maintenance due dates, weights, dimensions etc. Custom plug-in modules can be created to facilitate alerts and actions as data with specific values is sent to Lime.


Lime technical requirements for on-premises install

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