The number of assets is large, with a wide distribution, multiple specifications and models, and frequent changes;
To ensure safety in production, regular inspections and rapid maintenance of equipment are required;
The manual operation method of asset management records (some use one-dimensional barcodes, which are easily stained and difficult to read), manually organizing and summarizing, which is time-consuming, inefficient, and has a high error rate;
The physical information and management information system information cannot be synchronized in real-time, and the actual location and status of assets (idle, normal use, maintenance, scrapping) cannot be understood in real-time;
Idle or even lost equipment or repeated procurement, resulting in low utilization rate and increased operating costs;
It cannot provide scientific, accurate and effective information basis for enterprise planning and decision-making.
RFID working principle and characteristics
Non contact recognition, which can read data through external materials;
Long service life, able to work in various harsh environments;
Read farther (up to ten meters);
Can write and access data, with fast information writing speed;
The content of the label can be dynamically changed (data can be authorized to be erased 100000 times);
Capable of processing multiple tags simultaneously (reading information from 200 tags simultaneously);
The data access of tags is password protected for higher security;
Fast recognition speed;
Asset Management System Architecture
System Function Module
System functional structure
Key asset monitoring
Management process diagram
Real time accuracy and security: RFID ensures quasi real-time access to asset information and ensures the safety of operators through remote reading.
High cost-effectiveness: Passive RFID applications have lower costs, resulting in higher cost-effectiveness.
Lifecycle management support: RFID can support writing data, such as the status of the asset, and can be proofread and marked during inventory, ensuring that the entire lifecycle of the asset can be managed with the support of the software system.
High efficiency: With the application of RFID technology, the efficiency of inventory can be greatly improved due to the ability to read multiple labels at once.
Highly integrated and flexible devices: Using highly integrated handheld devices, active and passive labels can be supported simultaneously, and barcode reading can be used as a supplement to the system, allowing customers to apply more flexibly.
High accuracy: RFID tags are globally unique ID numbers bound to equipment assets to ensure their accuracy.
Long distance reading: The anti-interference and long-distance recognition characteristics of RFID tags. The effective stable reading distance of the tag under electromagnetic interference is 8 meters.