GPS - RFID Distribution Center Tracking Asset Mapping
Beacon Model: BEACON® RFID, Bluetooth and Wi -Fi DC series
Description: BEACON® RFID, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi Distribution Center Inventory Management Keep track of location and attributes of equipment or objects associated within a zone. Asset management with history of movement of the pallets or objects while in the zone to be monitored including predetermined correlation between the object and a second device.
Application: Designed for business enterprise or government use.
Software: Manage, inventory and track remotely with the Beacon Micro® brand web/cloud terminal from your desktop, phone or pad with a low monthly fee. View a specific zone area or cross country with GPS mapping. Secure access for you and your team.
Installation: The BEACON® Inventory Control System can be configured to fit a wide variety of application environments including itimized asset list design management computer software formulation.
System Software Application: Windows, Cloud Base Platform or open source.
RFID: Radio Frequency Identification.
Barcode: Barcode tags incorporated with Radio Frequency Identification tags.
Bluetooth: Inventory tracking for Bluetooth positioning.
SAW: Surface Acoustic Wave Technology.
Electromagnetic Wave: Cellular communication.
Equipment: Capable of indexing equipment with Radio Frequency tags, Bluetooth and or Global Positioning System antennas.
Vehicles: Radio Frequency and or Bluetooth identifies the profile attributes and Global Positioning identifies the location.
Personnel: Radio Frequency and Bluetooth wrist bands and clothing.
Container: Shipping containers door locks with Radio Frequency and also Global Positioning System antennas.
Pallets: Positioning with Bluetooth.
Inventory: Pallets and inventory containers with Radio Frequency Identification tags or Bluetooth monitoring. Volume asset and object enterprise database management.
Micro Location: Identify location with Bluetooth and or RFID.
Physical Sensors: Bluetooth sensors assist in large location.
Entrance: Point of entrance.
Exit: Point of exit.
Zone: A specific area to be monitored.
Indexing: Count objects including people, tools, equipment, storage containers and vehicles.
Tracking: Location, speed, date and time of objects.
Correlation: Predetermined formulas of correlation.
Association: Two or more objects of predetermined association.
Dynamic: Global Positioning System will determine the movement of an object.