Radio Frequency Tracker

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  1. Sep 07, 2018 Other models have upper frequencies of 12 and 18 GHz. Aaronia is also unique in that they’ve developed a drone detection system comprised of a 3D tracking antenna, the model IsoLOG 3D with options from 9 kHz to 40 GHz in 360 degrees. This matches up with their Spectran Command Center with triple LCD screens.
  2. Radio Frequency Indentification Tags Radio Frequency Identification tags (RFID) come in many sizes and form factors. They offer a wide range of performance, read distances and are selected based on what is being tracked. There are numerous RFID tag manufacturers out there and WiseTrack is compatible with all of them.
  3. A radio frequency detector is a kind of device that employs the technique of RF wireless broadband detection. It can detect the wireless transceivers whose transmitting frequencies are among 100 to 2600MHz in a range of 10 meters or so. None of those transceivers like a wireless video camera or a wireless voice transmitter can escape by luck.

We are a UK company that provides complete business systems comprising both hardware and software to help you identify, monitor, track, locate and manage key objects. We offer individual or combined RFID and GPS systems to ensure seamless end-to-end tracking and visibility from global, to local, to in-room level.

RF-ITV uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) devices to support the dissemination of In-Transit Visibility (ITV) information required by the Department of Defense (DOD), coalition partners.

  • Assets
  • Goods
  • Equipment
  • Parts
  • Vehicles
  • Personnel
  • Trailers
  • Containers
  • Pallets
  • Roll Cages
  • Boxes
  • Items

How we help UK organisations:

Assets
  • Find mobile equipment quickly
  • Improve utilisation
  • Reduce loss and theft
  • Improve management visibility and control
Stock
  • Perform real-time stock checks
  • Locate missing stock quickly
  • Comply with process and movement history rules
  • Increase business with improved customer response and availability
Staff
  • Locate key workers quickly
  • Increase workforce productivity
  • Optimise mobile resources
  • Protect personnel and loan workers

Sectors

We have delivered products & services for a wide variety of sectors including:

Radio Frequency Tracker
  • Warehousing
  • Distribution
  • Transport
  • Manufacturing
  • Public Sector
  • Healthcare
  • Utilities
  • Defence
  • Oil & Gas
  • Aerospace
  • Retail
  • Food

Tracking Technology Overview

The objects to be tracked require a small RFID or GPS electronic tag device to be attached. We provide these hardware devices and the associated software so you can then view the status and location of mobile resources from anywhere over the internet. In addition business rules may be applied within the system, such that if an object passes into or out of a predefined area then this action can trigger other events, processes, e-mail alerts, SMS alerts or notifications to occur automatically.

We offer a number of different systems and tag types each suited to different objects and environments. For example, if the object is to be tracked inside a large building, or outdoors in a yard, or throughout the UK/Europe or across several of these environments then the appropriate system can be configured. Our systems use a variety of technologies to achieve this including GPS, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), wireless and mobile phone networks.

The diagram above shows a summary of the tracking system in 3 steps:

  1. Communication between tagged objects and GPS, RFID, wireless and mobile networks to ascertain and communicate current position and status.
  1. Data sent to servers on a regular basis, or when the object moves or upon request.

Radio Tracking Device

  1. Tracking information can be accessed from anywhere over the internet and displayed on PCs or handheld devices - showing location and status of objects on maps, lists or indoor plans.