RFID(Radio Frequency Identification) Based File Tracking System

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RFID(Radio Frequency Identification) Based File Tracking System

[box_dark]Introduction:[/box_dark]

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) based File Tracking System(FTS) is ideal solution to track the important documents within the offices.The File Tracking System(FTS) enables users to automate management of physical record data and improve the productivity without any inventory errors.A wide range of enterprises rely on files and folders, and records that must be accurately tracked and located, including Government agencies,Courts,Law offices,Medical organizations,Finance,Insurance and mortgage,General office environments,Libraries,Pharmaceuticals,Healthcare etc.

[box_dark]System Components:[/box_dark]

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  • Readers: Three types of readers are commonly used for different areas.
    –Desktop Readers
    –Wallmount Readers
    –Handheld Readers
  • UHF RFID Labels
  • Label Printer (if Required)
  • Central Server Hardware
  • Centralized Data Management Server (Manages all Readers, Collect & Process Data, Create Alerts, Server data to Web based File Tracking Software)
  • Web based Software for File Tracking Software. (Runs on same server)

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[box_dark]File Tracking System(FTS) Overview:[/box_dark]

[box_dark]File Tracking System(FTS) Solution Benefits:[/box_dark]

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  • Automated collection/ management of physical record data
  • Improved productivity
  • Fewer inventory errors
  • Automated and cost-effective regulatory compliance
  • Fast record retrieval
  • Integration with related  business systems, such as  inspection and maintenance  applications, improves return on investment for existing  technology investments

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[box_dark]Applications:[/box_dark]

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  • Efficient and automated tracking, locating, archival and retrieval
  • Regulatory compliance.
  • Web-based status retrieval   and analytic reporting.
  • Role-based access (who   can access what, when  and where).
  • Check out and returns  management.
  • Bulk pull facilitation.
  • Unauthorized access alerting.
  • Departmental billing based  on access.

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