How it works
1. Tag Assets
Assets are tagged with RFID labels and tags. Be sure to checkout the TagMatiks On Metal Labels for any assets that have metallic composition. Great examples includes things like forklifts, dollies, carts, and ladders. Each RFID tag is unique and provides serialization for every asset.
2. ESTABLISH READ POINTS
Take advantage of RFID handhelds or fixed read zones to collect the location of assets throughout your facility. As most warehouses and distribution centers tend to be large in nature, it is advantageous to either setup strategic read points where assets move throughout their use to be able to keep tabs on where they are.
3. Pull up reports
Drill down on desired assets. Pull up reports for assets that checked out to users but haven’t been returned. Review the historical trial of where an asset has been. Outline maintenance cycles to predict future asset repairs. RFID provides the ability to automate data collection for many of these business operations.
With intelligent data collected from RFID handhelds and strategic read zones, understand the historical and current location of your assets. Use RFID enabled workflows such as asset check-in, check-out or transfer to keep tabs on where your assets are.
Use RFID tagged assets along with RFID handhelds to quickly and accurately audit your assets. If you desire, use a guided count to see what assets you are expecting, missing or matched. If assets are not where they are
supposed to be, see exceptions for misplaced assets and take action!
Understand the location of your assets
Simplify asset maintenance
Improve asset utilization
Hunt down misplaced assets
Improve asset management to streamline business operations
TagMatiks Asset Tracking (AT)
Leverage TagMatiks Asset Tracking to better manage and track the assets in your warehouse. Take advantage of RFID to simplify workflows such as asset check-in, checkout, and transfers. RFID simplifies maintenance and repairs by collecting important utilization data.