RFID Site Survey

An RFID site survey is a physical survey of the premises where the use of RFID equipment is will be installed and implemented. The survey identifies optimal locations for the physical installation of RFID readers and antennae. When considering the use of RFID equipment, it can be difficult to predict the propagation of radio waves […]

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Considerations in Deploying RFID Technology

The first considerations concerning the use of RFID are factors that can impact reliability. A basic RFID system will include am RFID tag and an RFID reader. The tag is comprised of an embedded electronic chip that is used to store information and an antenna that is used to transmit. A reader, which can be […]

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Introduction to RFID Technology

If you are considering an automated means to verify and track your fixed assets, RFID (radio frequency identification) might be the right solution for you. In this blog series, we will identify the benefits as well as the potential drawbacks with this technology. To begin, it is important to understand that the technology utilizes radio […]

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Physical Inventory Entry 9 – Coordination

Communication and coordination is a high priority in conducting a physical inventory, as it is with any project involving multiple individuals. Inventory teams navigate and coordinate progress through client facilities using maps. Teams communicate with one another and the Inventory Controller using 2-way radios and cell phones. When a problem is encountered, teams relay this […]

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Conducting Physical Inventory – What to Count and How to Tag It

While it may seem straightforward to establish what types of assets need to be counted during physical inventory, most often, it is not. More often than not, the capitalization limit loses focus when individual assets that fall below the capital limit are bundled together as a capital line item on the fixed asset register. Further, […]

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Tagging Fixed Assets Using RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)

The objective in tagging items using RFID is two-fold; first, once affixed, using RFID going forward makes future physical inventory counts much faster and easier to complete. When scanning an RFID tag, line of sight is not necessary and multiple tags can be read simultaneously. This significantly speeds up the physical inventory process and requires […]

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Verasset Installs and Supports 50 RFID Portals

Verasset is proud to announce that it has been awarded an engagement to implement an RFID sensor network. Adam Vinecombe, Director of Services at Verasset, stated “RFID adopters should seek companies with a solid track record of performance. When it comes to implementing practical, scaleable RFID solutions that can deliver a sustainable return on investment, […]

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Senior Consultant to Verasset Publishes Book on Optimizing the Asset Lifecycle

A senior consultant to Verasset Corporation, has published a book titled Optimizing the Asset Lifecycle. Brad Vinecombe has worked in the asset management and tracking industry for over 20 years, having founded, run, and sold several businesses and products related to the content within his new book. Vinecombe acts as a senior consultant to Verasset […]

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Upcoming Inventory Service Projects

Verasset has been awarded multiple projects that will keep our inventory service teams and consultants busy over the next 6 months. A few highlights include: Installation of over 100 fixed RFID readers throughout multiple facilities Inventory of fixed assets and product for a California State agency spanning from San Diego to San Francisco Coast-to-coast physical […]

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Top 10 Reasons Organizations Are Conducting Physical Inventory

Regulatory Compliance- The number 1 reason we find that our customers need to conduct a physical inventory is regulatory compliance. Compliance issues vary depending on the organization, and can include; audit, Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance for fixed assets, and GASB statements 34 and 35.While the rules and regulations vary for different organizations, the core principal […]

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