Asset Tracking Solution helps Orgainzations Manage and Track valuable Assets

All companies need Asset Tracking Solution to track their valuable assets.

This is possible by using both RFID and Barcode technologies. each asset has a unique identification, that can quickly and accurately identify assets for tracking.

Wireless Dynamics is one of the few companies in Egypt that offers RFID and Barcode Asset Tracking System, that provides you with high visibility and tracking to your assets. It utilizes the following:

Asset Tracking Objectives
  • Decrease time taken per asset audit
  • Trace Location (moves) of all assets
  • Trace what are the available assets at the Company/branches/floors/rooms
  • Trace condition of assets
  • Provide accurate, real-time data collection for each asset/countEliminate paperwork and its associated process
  • Provide comprehensive reports
Solution Highlights
  • RFID and/or Barcode enabled
  • Handheld and Printers encoding
  • Software based on Android and web application.
  • Dynamics Assets Location, Category, Organization Levels
  • Roles and Permssions
  • Audit Trial
  • Excel Sheet import/export
  • Asset tracking service performed by our expert team
Asset Tracking Solution
Questions and Answers

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Asset Tracking Software Work as a standalone?

Yes, Asset tracking software can work in several modes such as Standalone Mode,  through Excel Integration, and/or through direct Integration with ERP systems.

What is the difference between Barcode and RFID?

Barcode and Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) are both technologies used in Asset Tracking Systems, but they differ in their methods of data capture and retrieval. Here are the key differences between barcode and RFID in the context of asset tracking:

  1. Data Capture Method:
    • Barcode: Barcodes use visual representation of data, typically in the form of parallel lines or squares. A barcode scanner reads the information by capturing the visual pattern, converting it into alphanumeric characters, and then retrieving the associated data from a database.
    • RFID: RFID uses radio-frequency signals to transmit data wirelessly. RFID tags contain a microchip and an antenna that can communicate with an RFID reader. The reader sends out radio waves, and when an RFID tag is within range, it transmits its unique identifier to the reader.
  2. Line-of-Sight:
    • Barcode: Requires a direct line-of-sight between the barcode and the scanner. The barcode must be visible to the scanner for successful data capture.
    • RFID: Does not require a direct line-of-sight. RFID tags can be read even if they are not visible or embedded within objects, making RFID suitable for situations where visibility is a challenge.
  3. Scanning Speed:
    • Barcode: Scanning barcodes is a manual process as you have to read Assets one by one and it can take some time to align the barcode with the scanner for successful reading.
    • RFID: RFID allows for faster and automated data capture. Multiple RFID tags can be read simultaneously within the reader’s range, making it more efficient for tracking multiple assets at once.
  4. Durability:
    • Barcode: Barcodes are typically printed on labels or surfaces and may wear off or get damaged over time.
    • RFID: RFID tags can be more durable as they can be embedded in materials or encased in protective coverings, making them suitable for harsh environments, in addition as it doesn’t require line of sight, they can be applied in more hidden places.
  5. Cost:
    • Barcode: Generally more cost-effective to implement. Barcode scanners and labels are often less expensive compared to RFID equipment.
    • RFID: Initial setup costs for RFID systems, including RFID readers and tags, can be higher. However, RFID’s efficiency and capabilities may justify the investment in certain use cases such as Asset Tracking.

The choice between barcode and RFID for asset tracking depends on factors such as the specific requirements of the tracking environment, the volume of assets, and the desired level of automation and data storage.

Can RFID UHF work for Metal Assets?

In general RFID signals can’t penetrate metal material as it is considered a reflective surface however there are special on-metal tags that can be used on metal surfaces however it will still require Line of Sight.

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