RFID Based Inventrack 2.0
RFID Inventory Management system is state-of-the art system that is built using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology in a combination to provide monitoring and visibility into the internal as well as external operations of the inventory life cycle. AOPL provides basic reasons for keeping an inventory, time delay present in the supply chain from manufacture to customer at every stage requires maintenance of certain amount of inventory track reports to use in the latency between the initiation and execution of a process. Demands changes according to time, so this can lead to stock accumulation. Inventories are maintained as buffers to meet uncertainties in demand. The organizational and business situations at various levels, such business or manufacturing unit, were bulk buying movement and storing brings in economics of scale thus inventory is need.
AOPL is well-being planted Inventrack 2.0 in government and private sectors with good results after installation. RFID Inventrack 2.0 consists of RFID Fixed reader, RFID Handheld reader, RFID Tags, and web app with window services integrated API. Outline setup looks like server and client connection, were authorized person from an organization will control, Issue permissions to employee to handle inventory, In/Out movements of product, Reports for day/week etc.
Inventory starts by adding Location, Department, Category, item within organization level in web application. For doing real-time tagging on products / location RFID Handheld device are used, Get User ID and Password from organization to access handheld app. By entering his\her user name or password will get access to functionalities like issue tag to product, issue tag to location, inventory etc. Here tagging means mapping the product\location details to RFID tags. Inventory will update the presence of product within location in real-time and loads collected info to server from RFID Handheld reader vice versa.
Inventrack 2.0 stands unique with additional functionalities such as search item, mislocated item, missing item, and check-in/check-out. Search item can be done on both server and handheld device, But on server search item depends upon pervious inventory while in handheld device its real-time were user can enter item-id and start going through organization premises. Once item tag responds user can see message “Item found”. After each inventory user can see misloacted items/missing items both on server and RFID Handheld device. During tagging by default items are armed (check-in) which means item can’t move out of organization without permission. In case if item wants to move out of organization they should be disarmed (check-out).
Conclusion: INVEN TRACK 2.0 a holistic solution for your inventory needs with high Accuracy, Speed, Accountability, and Mobility.