RFID Personnel Tracking
Our RFID solutions utilize RFID tags to track and report the movement activity of personnel in your facility. Using various customized wearable RFID tags that are with your personnel and strategically placed RFID readers, we can determine the real time location of personnel within your facility (or across multiple facilities). We utilize both Active RFID with 433 MHz and Passive RFID with UHF Gen 2. Active RFID is more secure and allows for easier read points making Active RFID installations worth the added investment. With the hardware in place, our software tools can help you:
– Know when your personnel work, where they are to improve safety and productivity.
– Get alerts when certain people enter certain areas.
– Track workplace time and attendance.
– Learn the actual employee foot traffic patterns of your facility.
– Make informed decisions on asset placement for your employees in your facility.
– Track personnel by room, track by department or overall location.
– See where your workers, visitors and suppliers are in your facilities.
– Panic button for instant location alert on our Active RFID tags.
Active RFID for Duress and Emergency Situations
An RFID Personnel Tracking Solution is one of the most cost-effective ways to provide your staff, students, patients or guests with a reliable way to signal for assistance. Distress button RFID tags can last over 8 years without needing a battery replacement. These tags can be used in manufacturing, health care facilities oil & gas, construction sites and many more.
Building Evacuation and Mustering Points
An often overlooked benefit of RFID Personnel Tracking Systems that use Active Tag technology is that you can instantly know who is still in the building in an emergency, and where they are. Details that can save the lives of employees and first responders.
With new regulations mandating certain facilities have adequate off-site mustering systems, 433MHz Active RFID solutions can make compliance pain-free and as easy as possible. We ensure mustering points are not dependent on resources inside the facility like servers or networking, as these may become unavailable in an emergency rendering the solution unusable.
Know everyone is safe when it’s most important. Discover the possibilities for your facilities.
RIFD Tag Options
Long Range Personnel Badge Tag
Standard ID card footprint for attaching photo identification cards, Dynamic Tag Tracking
- Up to 5 year battery life warranty. Unique “Sleep” feature
- Adjustable read range from 2 ~ 200 meters (600 feet) with standard antennas and up to 500 meters ( 1,500 feet) with our special antennas
- Optional Tamper Switches; Duress Buttons and motion sensing capability
Long Range Personnel or Patient Bracelet Tag
Attaches to person’s wrist or ankle using standard Hospital ID straps
- Continuously monitored and tracked when used to detect when wearer approaches designated area zones
- Unique “Sleep” feature provides battery life up to 5 years
- Tag can be chemically sterilized
- Adjustable transmission range from 0.6 m to 70 m (2 feet ~ 200 feet)
School Bus Student Attendance
Our Real-time RFID School Bus Attendance Monitoring solution utilizes RFID tags to provide the attendance of your school bus.
First, enter a list of bus runs and students in your device database. Then distribute tags to your students and optionally associate the tag numbers to names and a photo of the student.
Pickup Run: After the pickup run is complete, the list of students in the system will match the attendance on the bus.
Pickup Run End: No tags should be seen after the students get off the bus; ensure no tags are seen and the bus is clear.
Dropoff Run: Before the bus leaves the school; check to see if any tags that are not associated with your run are on the list. Those students may have gotten on the wrong bus and will need to be checked.
Dropoff Run End: No tags should be seen after the students get off the bus; ensure no tags are seen and the bus is clear.
Our Tour Guide Group Monitoring solution utilizes RFID tags to provide the attendance of your tour group members.
First, distribute RFID tags to your tour group members and optionally associate the tag numbers to names and a photo of the person. Next, specify how much time you want to allow to pass before a group member is considered missing – typically 5 to 10 minutes. If a group member drifts beyond the portable reader range; which depends on the antenna purchased, for longer than your set time, you are alerted.
To assist in finding a missing group member, GPS coordinates of where the tag was last seen are saved and can be viewed using Google Maps. Additionally, you may also be alerted when the tag is next seen by the RFID system, so you know you are close to the missing person. The tag can be set up on additional devices to assist in searching for the missing person.