End-to-End Identification

Enhanced real-time-location (RTLS) capabilities mean asset identification anywhere within your enterprise.
Today's mission critical location capability of assets and personnel across your physical enterprise.

RFID/Barcode Asset Identification


We offer built-in integrated technologies to identify physical assets and inventories.  Barcodes and RFID tags present opportunities to easily and quickly identify a physical asset.  As a business you may choose Barcodes for your CMDB assets, RFID (Passive or Active) tags, or simply the equipment's serial number affixed to the asset or any combination of the three (3). 
While most vendors do not offer this functionality or charge extra, we do not.  There is no additional cost associated with the technology, apart from the associated cost to tag the individual item.

Benefits of Barcode Recognition

ESS Asset Tag

Barcodes are often overlooked as a method for cutting costs and saving time.  A valuable and viable choice for businesses looking to improve efficiency and reduce overhead, barcodes are both cost-effective and reliable. Both inexpensive and user-friendly, barcodes provide an indispensable tool for tracking a variety of data, from pricing to inventory. The ultimate result of a comprehensive barcoding system is reduction in overhead.

  • Barcodes eliminate the possibility of human error.
  • Using a barcode system reduces employee training time. It takes only minutes to master the hand-held scanner for reading barcodes.
  • Barcodes are relatively inexpensive to design and print
  • Barcodes are extremely versatile.
  • Inventory control improves. Barcodes make it possible to track inventory so precisely that often inventory levels can be reduced, saving costs.
  • Barcodes provide reliably better data

Advantages of RFID Over Barcode


The optical nature of a barcode requires labels to be "seen" by lasers. That line-of-sight between label and reader is often difficult, impractical, or even impossible to achieve in industrial environments. In order to function properly, a barcode reader must have clean, clear optics, the label must be clean and free of abrasion, and the reader and label must be properly oriented with respect to each other.  RFID technology enables tag reading from a greater distance, even in harsh environments.

  • No line of sight requirement.
  • The tag can stand a harsh environment.
  • Long read range.Portable database.
  • Multiple tag read/write.
  • Tracking people, items, and equipment in real-time.

In addition, the information imprinted on a barcode is fixed and cannot be changed. ActiveWave RFID tags, on the other hand, have electronic memory similar to what is in your computer or digital camera to store information about the inventory or equipment. This information can be dynamically updated.

Location, Location, Location ...

A real-time location system (RTLS) is one of a number of technologies that detects the current geolocation of a target, which may be anything from a vehicle to an item in a manufacturing plant to a person.