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Molex Asset Tracking Solutions encompass RFID tags, real-time asset tracking technology, software, and professional services like installation and ongoing assistance, providing cost-effective, efficient, and precise monitoring of precious and asset inventory. Molex offers all the tools to track assets, including tags, label readers, software and ongoing services, and software. Whether the solution requires standard or custom products, the keys are fully integrated and designed for specific applications.
The process of tracking assets is precious. Investments are subject to unpredictable environments during storage and transport, including cold, hot, and humid climates. Particular Molex RFID tags have been created to withstand extreme heat and cold temperatures, constant impacts, and vibrations and are IP67 and IP68 certified.
In industrial material transportation, the need for a low-profile footprint is crucial. A low-profile tread implies more space, less damage, less destruction, and lower cost. Molex’s range of low-profile RFID tags lets customers maximize space by selecting the ideal shape factor for their specific application. Monitor your assets in real-time and reductions by avoiding inventory loss and equipment. Active Asset Tracking technology can also reduce costs compared to tags that beam since less infrastructure is needed. Tags, reference points, and access points are also small and lightweight, making them simple to set up.
Monitor your company’s physical assets using Molex, the RFID-based tracking device. Your physical assets include vehicles, generators, computer systems, and other technology equipment. Assets add value to your company and are crucial to ensuring the smooth operation of your business.
Asset Tracking Services
- On-site survey and analysis of every customer’s needs: Facilitates providing a solution with:The highest efficiency and return on investment.
- Complete implementation services: Removes the responsibility of installing software and equipment of the client.
- Ongoing Professional service: Monitors the effectiveness of asset tracking performance. Adjustments are made as necessary.
Active Asset Tracking Architecture
- Offer low-cost infrastructure: The small hardware footprint and lower maintenance costs due to innovative architecture and IP.
- Optimized data sharing: Sends and saves the highest-value information to each application.
- Innovative, patent-pending architectural flexibility: combines energy-efficient Bluetooth (BLE) tags (and wireless backhaul that includes WiFi and Ethernet capabilities when needed). It provides long-lasting labels compared to battery-powered tags that gather lots of data daily within weeks.
- Patented design and power-saving IP: Ensures the most extended battery life of the device.
Passive RFID Products
- Custom development available for a reasonable cost: Tags can be design to your specifications in weeks.
- Size and read-range options include tags more petite than a fingernail and labels that are large enough to be read by 50+ feet: It meets the specific performance requirements of every application.
- The product design for a range of scenarios of use: Options are available to adhere to a variety of surfaces, including steel, insulated cables, glass, and various other non-metal materials.
Tools for tracking assets are employed to improve the effectiveness of a company’s effort to manage assets. Accurately capturing asset information has many advantages for businesses of all kinds and sizes.
Spreadsheets are a fantastic tool when first collecting data on assets. However, as a company expands,
so do its assets. It means there’s a lot more data to monitor and control. Spreadsheets may then hinder the processes for tracking a company’s assets. In addition, they’re hard to share between users, need more options and flexibility, and are susceptible to mistakes.
Improve Inventory Management:
Businesses can create custom inventory levels by combing tagging tools and asset registers. They can be alerts or notifications sent to team members’ mobile phones. The most effective use of this is to manage stock. Asset management systems set up to notify inventory managers whenever inventory levels are low. In addition, they provide immediate access to information about the supplier when it’s time to replenish stocks.
Track Assets in One Place:
Having data stored in one accessible asset register makes tracking assets much more manageable than having several asset profiles saved to multiple spreadsheets. The unique shape of an asset provides information about warranties, locations, and purchase orders. In addition, it allows asset managers to know who’s using the support and when it’s due to be returned.
Access Data Anytime, anywhere:
Accessing the inventory register from any location and at any time is a breakthrough. Using mobile applications and Asset Tracking Software, users can access assets’ data whenever needed. Including when equipment scans on arrival and after it leaves the workplace. Access at any time is helpful to provide users with information even when they’re off-site. It includes asset availability via check-in and checkout systems. In addition, information on inventory management and stock.
Reduce Misplaced, Stolen, and Lost Assets:
The ability to access real-time data on location means that the number of stolen or lost items decreases. It helps to cut down on the cost of replacing damaged equipment. Monitoring the exact location of
assets can also be beneficial if an item removes from a batch order. It can help save significant time and workforce.
Improve the efficiency of your business’s physical space by knowing the items used. Additionally, improve customer service through better processes for tracking assets and managing them.
Assets differ from inventory, particularly if you’re in a company that frequently has inventory in stock. The investments are the items you have to store and track the inventory.
Molex’s asset tracking system is known as asset management. It helps you track your physical assets and improve your practices for tracking assets.
Tracking equipment is as crucial as managing your inventory. You need to know the location, status maintenance schedule, and other vital information about your company’s physical assets. Asset tracking is essential to your business’s performance and compliance, as you are accountable for finding and repairing lost or damaged physical assets and those at the end of their lifespan.
Molex enhances the value of its customers by implementing a set of guiding principles that are rooted in the field of the Market-Based Management approach. It lets employees worldwide act as principled entrepreneurs, bringing forward new ideas to solve problems
and constantly innovating to deliver incredible customer value every day. Manufacturers are keen on tracking parts, and items are constructed from various materials.
Molex RFID solutions have offerings that can be attached to plastic, metal, glass, and many other surfaces.
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In the most basic form, RFID asset monitoring automates managing and finding physical assets. It functions by putting data on an RFID tag and affixing it to an appropriate asset. This information can range from name, condition, quantity, and location.
Asset-tracking software traces the movement of IT hardware, software, and other items in an IT environment. It lists every technology in an IT environment or infrastructure and can locate every asset.
RFID asset management systems enable you to keep track of specific items by using RFID tags attached to individual goods. Staff members utilizing mobile phones or tablets or permanent scanners placed on doorways and other essential places read the tags.
When a business keeps track of its tangible assets, asset tracking occurs. You must install a GPS tracking system, a barcode scanner, or a radio-frequency identifying device on your assets to accomplish this (RFID). Your physical assets may include vehicles, computers, generators, or other technological machinery.
Three parts make up every RFID system: a scanning antenna, a transceiver, and a transponder. An RFID reader or interrogator refers to when the scanning antenna and transceiver integrate.
Asset performance management base on three pillars: people, processes, and technology. In addition, equipment, human health and safety, and the environment are all protected by the Asset Integrity Management (AIM) standard of conduct.