It wasn't many years ago when people were racking their brains trying to figure out what to do with RFID. Implementations were forced and integration was minimal. But now people are seeing the potential of RFID, and the question has changed from "what can we do," to "what can't we do?!"
So if you're leery about whether or not your project is possible, take a look at some of the RFID tracking projects I've heard about lately:
- Sushi Plates
- Fabric Rolls
- Underground Utility Assets
- Horse Oats
- Casino Chips
- Aquarium Fish (NOT related to Sushi Plates!)
Projects that are providing companies with the quickest ROI, though, are implementations based on tracking high-value, assets within a closed loop. It may not sound very exciting at first, but companies continue to prove that those three qualities are important no matter what is tracked.
That's where a good asset tracking solution comes in; it realizes that no matter what your asset is, from a sushi dish to a clown fish, it is still just an asset and that businesses, even in the same industry, can still have different processes. This is why Fluensee created its web-based AssetTrack solution, a hardware- and platform-agnostic solution that offers the flexibility and scalability to serve any company in any industry. We strived to create a solution that focused on the responsibility of asset tracking and management, with the ability to customize it for your specific industry and business processes.
We even developed an RFID asset tracking starter kit with similar functionality for those wanting to get their feet wet before jumping into the RFID pool. So no matter what, when someone says, "You want to track what?!" you can confidently reply, "Whatever we want!"