RFID ASSET REGISTER
Save time and money by tagging your assets with RFID
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Building an RFID Asset Register
We’ll guide you through the choices you need to make to create an efficient RFID Asset Register
Maintaining your asset register using a spreadsheet is the “go to” approach for many companies. After all, we all know how to use Excel and it simply seems to be the easiest approach. However, there is no easy way to store much of the information that is critical to an asset management system in a spreadsheet.
Radio Frequency Identification or RFID is a wireless method of transferring data. Using RFID tags, field technicians and stores personnel can keep track of assets and tools. In fact, almost any physical asset can be tagged.
Real-time access to RFID tagged assets for senior management.
Thousands of hours of use in the field by clients all over the globe.
Create a customized solution for your business needs in days.
No costly development projects, no contract and no servers to manage.
Manage Assets and Tools
RFID Asset List
Easily filter assets
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RFID tags are fixed to items that require regular inspection, servicing or asset reporting.
Assets & Tools
Develop an asset register of equipment, specifications for asset categories.
Digital images provide a record of asset and tool inspections or the state of equipment.
Provide proof of presence as each RFID tag is geo-fixed when read.
Identify missing assets or tools and their associated movement history.
Being able to identify specific machines, tools or parts can be valuable for recording service histories of equipment and aiding maintenance schedules. Parts can be assigned to specific machinery, yours or your customers, and performance tests added to condition monitoring.
On a smaller and more immediate scale, it can be used for checking that all the expensive tools are back in the van!