When integrated into digital twins, it allows the simulation of physical conditions in industrial environments. In manufacturing, it monitors and optimizes production line movements, while in healthcare, it tracks patient locations and manages medical equipment. In smart city projects, it enhances road traffic and disaster management, and in logistics and distribution, it optimizes inventory management and order processing. For example, in scenarios where autonomous vehicles move and place goods, RTLS technology tracks the positions of these vehicles, builds predictive models through digital twins to avoid collisions, and optimize routes. Additionally, it optimizes inventory levels and prevents inventory shortages or excess, and using these data-based insights, it improves the efficiency of logistics processes and enhances customer service quality.