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Tracking weapons is one of the many uses of Enasys asset tracking as a way to lower risks.
Enrolling assets with Enasys is easy. Affix an RFID tag to an asset, scan the tag, and double click the tag to confirm the tag association. Assets can have multiple tags linked to them if the need exists. It’s important to use the proper tag for tracking assets. Tags vary based on asset material and function. Adding epoxy will strengthen the tag bond and proper tag placement will ensure optimal tag operations. Enasys supports RFID and barcode tags for tracking critical assets. Assets can be entered into Enasys manually or uploaded via a spreadsheet, continue the tag enrollment process as required.
Selected assets can be inventoried. Selections can be done at any level of the asset hierarchy, in the example in the video of RFID Weapon Asset Tracking, the asset hierarchy is expanded to display the progress.
As assets are scanned, the list becomes smaller. When the list is empty. You’re done.
The film tab shows assets that were scanned and historical data is stored for tracking and assets life-cycle.
Latest Trends in RFID Weapons Tracking for 2023
1. Enhancements in Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags, such as tags with larger storage capacities that can hold a greater range of data.
2. Greater accessibility to secure cloud-based databases to store and monitor weapons inventory.
3. Developments of new scanners and readers in order to secure and verify real-time tracking of weaponry.
4. Implementation of advanced 2-way communication systems, allowing weapons handlers to remotely activate and confirm weapons status in real time.
5. Adoption of blockchain technology to create immutable audit trails of weapons movements and readings.
6. Integration of facial recognition and biometric identification, making weapons tracking and monitoring more secure and reliable.
Benefits, history and who uses of RFID Tracking?
The use of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology for weapons tracking is an invaluable tool for law enforcement, military organizations, and other groups responsible for controlling and monitoring access to weaponry.
The history of weapons tracking can be traced back to World War II, when nascent technologies were used to keep track of Allied personnel and equipment.
Nowadays, RFID technology is being used to monitor arms, munitions, and other military assets with precision, accuracy, and speed.
One of the most important benefits of RFID tracking is the ability to monitor large scale and multi-faceted arms acquisition and transfer networks.
Since RFID tags contain detailed information on the object to which they are affixed, organizations are able to follow the movements of assets from production to distribution and from one location to another with ease. By doing this, it becomes easier to monitor and detect arms control violations or suspicious and/or potentially dangerous activities.
In addition, when weapons are tracked using RFID technology, personnel involved in the tracking and transfer of weapons can be confident that their data is secured and accurate.
Effects multiple security measures can be put into place, such as encryption and biometric identification, making sure that only authorized personnel have access to the data.
Finally, RFID tracking can also provide a variety of financial and operational benefits.
By reducing the time required to manually identify, count, and track weapons, organizations are able to save on personnel costs, increase operational efficiency, and reduce asset loss and fraud.
Essentially, tracking technology has revolutionized the way arms are tracked, monitored, and maintained.
It is a powerful tool that provides the necessary safety, security, and accuracy in the storing and tracking of weapons.