“The NOS RFID system has made our process much more efficient when tracking our equipment and inventory during customer’s moves.”
Large Relocation Company, Vice President of Operations

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RFID Asset Tracking


Like bar codes, RFID (radio frequency identification) is an electronic identification system used for asset management, inventory, and security. But unlike bar codes, RFID tags can be read even when they can’t be seen. RFID uses radio waves to locate and identify items carrying an RFID tag. RFID readers keep a record of every RFID-tagged item within a pre-set radio range, without any bar code reader or manual sign-in or sign-out. And as items move from one place to another, RFID readers track the movement so you always know where things are.

RFID tags can be applied to:

  • furnishings
  • equipment
  • documents
  • supplies and expendables
  • retail/wholesale inventory
  • art and book collections
  • weapons
  • shipped goods
  • personnel badges

RFID’s range of applications covers the business spectrum, from manufacturing to logistics to service industries. RFID is right for:

  • facilities management
  • warehousing and logistics
  • healthcare and pharma
  • schools and universities
  • law offices
  • libraries
  • museums
  • law enforcement
  • manufacturing
  • retail

RFID is positive for the bottom line: No more costly search time whenever an asset is missing; no more replacement costs for lost assets. Whether you’re tracking a single document in an office, a piece of machinery in a warehouse, or an employee carrying an RFID-authorized badge, RFID is fast, accurate, and cost-effective.

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