Prompted by the technological boom of the Internet of Things (IoT), Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) has become a must-have tracking technology for organization that rely heavily on their assets.
From tracking airline luggage to improving security in retail stores, the ability to connect physical assets to data collection tools such as Asset Tracking Software has proved nothing short of revolutionary.
Companies have traditionally addressed this problem by managing assets using serial numbers and spreadsheets or tracking assets with barcode labels. However, both of these methods require a significant amount of manual labor and time consuming.
One way to quickly improve asset management is by utilizing radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to automatically track the assets. As companies continue to strive for complete management of their revenue-critical assets, RFID asset tracking has proven itself as a ‘go-to’ technology with benefits that include reduced labor time, quick inventory and real-time asset visibility.