Archive for the ‘Asset Tracking’ Category

Can RFID Readers Read Multiple Tags?

Absolutely, yes! One of the best features of switching to RFID Fixed Asset tracking is that you can read dozens of tags per second. Compared to barcode handheld readers, RFID handheld readers can eliminate the need to scan each individual asset for your inventory. Many companies are using manual and barcode processes to complete their […]

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Can RFID Be Used for Tracking Fixed Assets?

The short answer is “absolutely” and at inLogic, our software RFTrack is built for exactly this type of scenario. Fixed asset tracking is all about keeping track of your organization’s physical assets throughout your location. Companies track a variety of different types of fixed assets, some examples being computers, servers, IT equipment, furniture, vehicles, machinery, […]

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How Does an RFID Asset Tracking System Work?

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An RFID Asset Tracking Software like RFTrack utilizes radio frequency communication to receive data wirelessly from RFID tags. These tags are attached to objects (assets) that need to be tracked for inventory purposes such as office/IT/manufacturing/research equipment, servers, vehicles, and furniture. Inside each RFID asset tag, there is an antenna which a handheld reader or […]

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How Do You Keep Track of Fixed Assets?

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“How do you keep track of fixed assets?” At inLogic, we get this question frequently. Our customers are looking to track their fixed assets, and want to find the most efficient and accurate way to do so. They start to research RFID technology, and they end up finding our software. We start by asking this […]

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How Accurate Is RFID Asset Tracking?

One of the main benefits of switching to an RFID-based asset tracking system is the increase in accuracy and efficiency. Many of our customers have been using manual or barcode processes for years. They find themselves spending hours pouring over spreadsheets and matching up line items every year. The switch to RFID asset tracking saves […]

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Using RFID In Research Lab Settings

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Did you know that our RFTrack asset management software is the perfect solution for research labs and Universities looking to streamline their processes? Not only can it help to better search for equipment that is due for calibration and maintenance, but also is a perfect solution for performing yearly inventories. You can use the handhelds to pinpoint an asset’s location within […]

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Why Fixed Asset Managers Have Started Using RFID To Track Assets

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Attaining asset visibility has long been a problem that Fixed Asset Managers have to overcome every year. Doing a physical inventory can be not only extremely labor intensive, but it can sometimes lead to inaccurate results. That is why many Fixed Asset Managers have begun switching to RFID asset tracking technology to replace their current manual or barcode processes.  […]

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Using RFID in Government Agencies

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Federal, State, Local government entities and contractors are tasked to provide asset visibility each year during their inventory periods.  Because of this, RFID asset tracking has become a popular solution. RFID tracking can provide Total Asset Visibility (TAV) of Government Furnished Property (GFP).  Using manual inventory tracking or barcode process can be lengthy, taking days and weeks to […]

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Pros & Cons of Implementing Passive RFID Systems

Before taking the leap into implementing a passive RFID asset tracking system, it’s important to evaluate the pros and cons of the decision. An asset tracking system may not be the right choice for every business, so do your due diligence to ensure you have a good fit. In this blog we are going to […]

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Avoiding Common RFID Initial Tagging Pitfalls

One of the most crucial steps in your RFID tag implementation is assigning asset tags.  Depending on how many assets you are attempting to tag at once, this process can be time consuming.  Proper planning before you begin tagging will save you a lot of time and effort, and you will avoid some of the most common mistakes.  We […]

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