With the release of HTC Vive in 2016, we saw the introduction of Valves lighthouse tracking technology.
It was a vast improvement over the tracking that Oculus Rift CV1 offered, and provided out-of-the-box room scale tracking with perfect stability and accuracy.
It has some downsides, like the fact that reflective surfaces would cause tracking noise and required curtains or other types of cover in many cases.
Perhaps the biggest downside though, especially for those travelling with the vr headset - It can be terribly cumbersome and complex to set up.
It requires 3 power outlets , 5 if you want to use the included USB chargers. The base stations need to be mounted, preferably at each end of the room, then configured and calibrated.
This usually requires you to bring tripods or have another plan for mounting the base stations.
The lighthouse technology won’t go obsolete any time soon, as it most definitely has its merits and benefits. There is, however, an alternative and much simpler tracking technology that for all intents and purposes in use with Dimension10 is just as good.