Asset Tracking

Asset Tracking has a broad definition – assets come in all shapes and sizes, from a single component part to an 800-passenger commercial aircraft, from a hospital stretcher to specialized tools and indirect materials. Business cases for asset tracking usually originate in a specific functional area and are focused on a labor-intensive process, such as tool, equipment or container tracking. The following table illustrates common asset tracking use cases by industry and functional area.

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