December 22, 2010
Since the construction industry has taken a new interest in RFID technology, companies are discovering this can be used for numerous things such as tracking, inventory management and equipment management. Just in 2 years this technology has improved drastically and has decreased costs fundamentally, for many companies.
Recently construction sites are using material tracking management systems to provide site managers the capability of seeking the construction progress and knowing what materials are delivered.
This is probable and cost effective by using RFID systems and then tagging all products. This guarantees more accurate numbers of the quantity of all things delivered and helps company’s monitor what is being completed on the construction site.
The RFID systems are being used more frequently and companies are saving money. By using these systems it allows companies to see the wastage of materials, theft and check-in waiting times for all materials.
This also includes less paperwork, which saves a tremendous amount of time. Information goes from paper to electronic form and could include instructions for the vehicle driver to follow. The multiple documents that are handled daily from workers to drivers or drivers to workers is significantly decreased and all electronic.
Another benefit is how this technology has made it possible for communication to be immediate and any problems are resolved as soon as they become visible.