From livestock to tools, IT equipment to tyres, high value and strategic assets can be tracked and have their efficient usage monitored across a site or number of sites using RFID or barcode scanning technology. Whether your company needs to track assets or inventory, manage work-in-process, improve personnel safety or solve another problem that has been plaguing operations and impacting the bottom line, Taggit has the solution.
Most companies begin investigating implementing RFID to solve a particular problem, but RFID is an enabling technology that can address many issues simultaneously. The same solution used to track tools could be extended to identify parts in a warehouse. A RTLS (real-time location system) designed to monitor hand hygiene in a hospital could also track and manage high-value assets. A solution may require a mix of active, passive and barcode technologies, but with good planning all asset data can be integrated into a company’s back-end business application. It is important to note that companies that look to implement RFID as an infrastructure, or platform, from which they can expand the use of the technology into many other applications, will experience cost reductions in the long term.