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TracLogik specializes in RFID Asset Tracking Solutions to provide instant, real-time management information regarding stock, asset location and attendance, driving greater efficiency and increased productivity.
Adopting TracLogik RFID is a logical step for any business aiming to increase efficiency and productivity. RFID provides instant, real-time management information regarding stock, asset location and attendance, driving greater efficiency and increased productivity.
A TracLogik RFID solution, in its simplest form, consists of a ‘Reader’ and a ‘Tag’.
Readers are typically located at fixed locations, for example a room in a building, and tags are attached to assets, or given to people.
When a tag, which is assigned to an asset, is read by a reader, which is assigned to a location, the time and date at which this occurred is recorded, enabling a huge variety of intelligence to the user.
For example, a staff member’s ID tag is automatically read when they enter and leave a room, allowing TracLogik to create a timesheet and calculate wages earned for attendance, for onward processing in an organisation’s payroll system.
Many thousands of tags can be read by a reader at any time, providing information on how many packages, and more importantly exactly what packages, are in any given location at any given time.
Where is something currently located? When did it arrive? When did it leave, and how long was it there for?
TracLogik leverages a wide range of readers, depending on the particular implementation that is required. Readers can be mounted at doorways, on shelves, outdoors on poles or in ceilings.
Hand held readers are often integrated, to allow for mobile stock taking and inventory production, and TracLogik specialise in creating iOS and Android applications for use with existing iPhone and smart phone users.
Active RFID tags contain a battery that directly powers RF communication. This on-board power source allows an active RFID tag to transmit information about itself at far greater ranges than passive tags, either by constantly beaconing this information to an RFID tag reader or by transmitting only when it is prompted to do so.
Active tags are slightly larger in size, dependant on the size of battery used and its required life span.
Our customers use Active RFID to track medical equipment, electronic test gear, computer equipment and a wide range of high value assets around their estate.
Due to the built in power source, added value features such as temperature sensors, motion detectors, or telemetry interfaces can be added to our Active tags, and as with passive tags, specialised housings can be created for specific tag applications.
Passive RFID tags typically do not possess an on-board source of power. Instead, the passive RFID tag receives its power from the energising electromagnetic field of an RFID reader (or interrogator). The energy coupled from the electromagnetic field is used to power the passive tag's microelectronics.
Passive RFID tags are less costly to manufacture than active RFID tags and require almost no maintenance. This gives passive tags a very long life and very low cost, making them perfect for retailers, manufacturers and any businesses with high volumes of assets or people to manage.
TracLogik's asset tracking management software suite, Asset Command, brings the tracking information to life for users.
Users are able to report on assets – to see the locations of specific assets or a group of assets, locations – to see which assets are at a specific location or just view a map to see the locations of all assets graphically.
With built in user profiles administrators can ensure that users can only view the assets & locations they need.