RFID
Radio Frequency Identification For Inventory Control & Security

construction

Construction sites typically have a lot of expensive equipment being used at any given time so it makes sense to know where these items are, how they’re used and their movements throughout the job site. Using an RFID tracking solution not only gives you more accuracy when tracking items, it can increase production time and reduce time spent labeling, tracking and entering data about equipment, tools and other on-site inventory.Construction sites typically have a lot of expensive equipment being used at any given time so it makes sense to know where these items are, how they’re used and their movements throughout the job site.

Using an RFID tracking solution not only gives you more accuracy when tracking items, it can increase production time and reduce time spent labeling, tracking and entering data about equipment, tools and other on-site inventory.

Track equipment across multiple sites and optimise asset usage and delivery.

RFID tracking solutions for the construction industry provide ideal solutions to conquer the difficulties faced by construction sites when it comes to finding and tracking items on-site, in maintenance yards, depots or storage.
Our RFID labels can help construction companies track and locate equipment, tools, vehicles and other associated items. Tracking is accurate and instant.

Benefits of using an RFID tag system for construction equipment

  • Complete asset visibility 24/7
  • Full inventory history available
  • Considerable improvement in safety opportunities
  • Reduced errors
  • Improved security
  • Reduction in operation costs

Install an RFID Construction Tracking System today

Talk to Easitag today about the full range of RFID tracking systems we can assist you in implementing. We can just provide labels or can work with our network of businesses to provide a RFID management and tracking solution including labels, readers and software.

Contact us today on 1800 077 375 about our RFID tracking for construction sites.

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