Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID), spurred by the Internet of Things (IoT) technological development, has emerged as a tracking technology that is essential for businesses that significantly rely on their assets.
RFID asset monitoring, in its most basic form, automates the process of managing and finding physical assets. It functions by putting data on an RFID tag and affixing it to an appropriate asset. This information can range from name, condition, quantity, and location.
An RFID reader can read an RFID tag’s radio waves to read the data that is stored there. gathering it eventually in an advanced asset tracking system where the data can be watched and used.
An RFID tool tracking application’s main objective is to precisely manage and locate all RFID-tagged instruments in a specific area or region.
In various sectors, including healthcare, manufacturing, construction, and retail, RFID asset monitoring is used to track a collection of tools.
From tiny metal surgical instruments to huge metal and plastic power drills, RFID tool monitoring systems can manage equipment of all sizes, shapes, and materials, including those requiring preventive maintenance.
The Global RFID tool tracking market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
PanGo Networks Inc. will release an update to its asset monitoring programme along with a second-generation active RFID tag that is both smaller and less expensive than the first one.
The PanGo system is mostly used in hospitals, where Wi-Fi networks are used to send data collected by radio frequency identification (RFID) tags mounted on medical equipment to a centralised location. Hospital executives can use the technology to keep track of valuable assets.
In addition to adding web-based monitoring and management capabilities and a notification feature to deliver notifications about the state of tracked equipment, the new software, PanGo Locator 3.0, considerably automates the site survey procedure.
One purpose will be to inform staff members of the locations of medical equipment so they may do routine maintenance.
The debut of the new RFiD Discovery website, which offers a full selection of integrated tracking solutions, is announced with pleasure by Paragon ID. Radio frequency identification products from Paragon ID are known as RFiD Discovery. These products include asset tracking, inventory management, temperature monitoring, person tracking, and process monitoring.
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A2B Tracking reports that it has expanded the functionality of its already powerful asset management software platform by including an upgraded Android app for mobile RFID asset tracking. For quicker and more precise asset management and monitoring using the most recent RFID technology, the new A2B RFID Tracker App connects to the A2B Tracking Asset Management platform in the cloud.
Faster and more accurate inventory cycle counts are made possible by the new A2B Tracking app. Floor-to-record inventory can be rapidly and simply completed by users via a portable device.
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