Tagger – logistics
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Barcodes systems are great tools for inventory management and control. They can speed up the process of both shipping and receiving goods, ensure a more accurate count of what’s on hand, and reduce costs. By printing and scanning barcodes, an organization can track everything that comes into or out of a warehouse or stockroom. Larger businesses can track inventory across multiple locations, with immediate updates to a database, so anyone in the company can know what’s in stock anywhere in the world.
There are signs that the tide is turning. Heightened safety concerns are causing many businesses to reconsider RFID due to the improved accuracy it provides for tracking products and assets. The rising omni-channel also creates a greater need for visibility of inventory throughout the supply chain..
The case for RFID has also become stronger in recent years due to increased reliability of RFID systems and a reduction in costs.
“There will be a combination of data collection methods depending on how you identify things.”
GPS (Global Positioning System) technology is an extremely common tracking tool. It can be found in modern smartphones, satellite navigation systems, and in the microchips of household pets.
GPS trackers enable users to track anyone or anything in real-time, working over a string of connected satellite system networks. These capabilities make it an extremely useful tracking technology for businesses that have a number of large and moveable fixed assets such as vehicles.
Using bluetooth low energy beacons and / or receivers, bluetooth tags and / or mobile devices you can track assets indoors and outdoors. Depending on your needs and budget, asset tracking can be automatic (no human participation required), or semi-automatic (involves participation of people with the smartphones). Regardless of which asset tracking method you choose, it will be significantly less expensive than using RFID technology