Indoor RFID Monitoring

 

Passive RFID systems can be used over short-ranges where the objects to be tracked pass through a small number of known narrow points that can be automatically monitored – such as a pallet of goods passing through a door in a warehouse. Passive RFID systems are only capable of recording the movement of objects at those specific choke points and loose visibility outside of those points.

Active RFID provides superior performance where real-time tracking is required throughout a larger or more complex area, such as within a hospital, industrial or office building with many corridors, doors and rooms. Battery powered active tags have far greater signal range and the active readers are generally cheaper, thus making deployment more cost effective overall. An active RFID system is viable where the objects to be tracked are higher value, mission critical, have a consequential impact if not quickly located, or there is an additional security, regulatory or health and safety requirement for such information.

Smart Tag™™ is the brand name of the active real-time location and tracking system, which incorporates both hardware and software in an integrated solution. Smart Tag™ is a highly configurable system that provides superior indoor positional accuracy to all other systems as it uses patented tri-technology allowing the intelligent tag to ascertain its location with 100% certainty. Smart Tag™™ will locate and record the movements of people and objects anywhere within its predefined reader network. It can govern those movements with a system of rules based on associated events and actions such as an asset passing into a particular zone within the building.

Smart Tag™™ is scalable from a standalone department system to a campus wide network and can be customized to meet users specific process requirements. Smart Tag™ can be installed as a wired system using Ethernet TCP/IP or a combination of the two to send positional data back to the central system with the reasonable implementation costs. With appropriate password security authorized staff can then access the server to view the location of those assets or people from anywhere within the organization.


RFID School Bus Tracking

 

  • People and Asset Visibility
  • Asset and Item Protection
  • Evacuation Management
  • Dwell Time or Time and Attendance
  • Area Detection
  • Access Control
  • Mobile Resource Optimization

 

RFID School Bus Tracking

 

  • Secure facilities
  • Protect personnel
  • Reduce asset loss
  • Locate assets/equipment
  • Optimize mobile resources
  • Increase workforce productivity
  • Compliance to process
  • Perform real-time stock
  • Improve estate utilization