Applying RFID Systems to Environmental Protection Services

Environmental protection service organizations across the U.S. and Canada are constantly at the frontline of environmental issues, from the pollution of cities and rural communities to the protection of wildlife, for the benefit of current and future generations. While carrying forth protection services, it is important that environmental protection services work processes can be made to work easier and ensure maximum efficiency.

GAO RFID understands that there is a rising need by Environmental Protection professionals for solutions to tackle the common challenges faced each day, including:

  • Managing Equipment
  • Managing Inventory
  • Managing Personnel
  • Controlling Access

Each environmental protection service agency is tasked with providing high-quality services but is looking for ways to become more cost-effective and business-focused. Our experience in customizing RFID solutions may be able to help provide automation to work tasks and better visibility of asset and inventory movement.

Exploring RFID for Environmental Protection Services

The core purpose of any Environmental Protection Services organization is to actively engage in projects that provide environmental protection, but the safety and efficiency of personnel, company assets or resources and equipment play an important role in making it a lot easier to reach company goals. Maintaining maximum security and efficiency is an important part of running an efficient Environmental Protection Services organization.

Applying Asset Tracking

 In order to do the best possible job at environmental protection it’s important to have the best possible tools, for everything from cleaning up polluted water, to wildlife conservation, to recycling programs, or to creating petitions for community specific environmental issues. In order to be prepared for actively protecting and cleaning up the environment, it’s important to have equipment that can not only be used in diverse environmental protection efforts, but is also as efficiently maintained and tracked as possible.

In any Environmental Protection Services agency, the paperwork that accumulates is just as important as every effort made to advocate for, and actively protect the environment. Every piece of paper that accumulates at work becomes part of the documents that determine the government, and/or the community’s level of interest in helping out with environmental protection initiatives, the necessary proof of company identification or legitimacy, and the paperwork that keeps track of every accident, while keeping every attempt at protecting the environment 100% legal. Because every piece of paper that’s found in the workplace is so valuable, every document must be safely stored without sacrificing accessibility.

With our experience in deploying RFID technology to track assets, we may be able to develop a solution to help create an efficient, automated system, for preventing loss of company equipment, tracking equipment, and determining maintenance schedules. Once RFID Tags are assigned to each equipment, the item’s information, location, and service history are readily available to be reviewed via our management software. Upon its implementation, it will also make it easy to locate documents quickly and efficiently, while keeping all documentation safe, visible, and easily accessible.

Applying People Tracking

Every Environmental Protection Services’ agency has valuable employees, assets, and inventory to protect so it’s important to make safety a top priority. An important step in ensuring overall safety is having effective tools for managing personnel. With the knowledge we have gained from using RFID to track people, we can explore a way to monitor every tag assigned to staff and visitors to verify the identity of visitors and employees, and provide maximum visibility and security, throughout the building or at the jobsite.

Applying Access Control

Environmental protection is a politicized issue so it’s important to have a high quality system, which guarantees that unwanted intruders won’t gain access to Environmental Protection Service facilities. It’s also important that access to specific areas of the workplace is regulated, so that only qualified personnel have access to appropriate parts of the building. By using the fundamentals of RFID technology to access control, we may be able to provide a great way to control access to facilities, and to make sure that only authorized personnel are wandering the premises. We may be able to develop a solution that allows your security team the opportunity to maintain a database of employee and visitor activity, and control access to designated areas or zones.

Integrating with your Environmental Protection Services System

By combining our RFID expertise and your organizations’ experience and existing systems, we are confident that we can demonstrate a way in which RFID can empower you to make your organization safer and more efficient for all the employees and visitors at your environmental protection services system. The developed system can be deployed as a standalone solution or it can be integrated with other software solutions, according to each customer’s needs.

At the core of our solution is GAO RFID’s AUTO-ID Engine, which incorporates middleware and essential RFID functions that perform RFID data collection and information processing. Our AUTO-ID Engine seamlessly integrates with a wide variety of information management systems so that you can access the data it collects directly via the system or systems you currently have in place.

Our team of professionals will use our hardware and system integration expertise to integrate the GAO RFID Solution with your IT architecture. The result will be an RFID solution that is seamlessly unified with your management system.

We can work with you to integrate the RFID tracking data collected from our custom solution with today’s leading information management systems in your industry.

List of Relevant Information Management Systems

Contact us for more information on how our Environmental Protection Services System can be configured for your organization.