RFID Systems for Scenic & Sightseeing Transportation

City sights, cruises, bus tours, as well as hop-on, hop-offs in the U.S. and Canada are an integral part of the Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation Services. Traffic, mismanagement of fleets and lost or stolen merchandise are a hindrance to the success of your organization. Your scenic and sightseeing transportation services face a myriad of challenges on a daily basis which include:

  • Checking and tracking the different vehicles in your fleet
  • Managing fleets, cruises and bus tours
  • Managing the inventory of supplies
  • Monitoring equipment efficiency and operation
  • Tracking and managing lost or missing vehicles

Using GAO RFID Systems in the Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation Industry

GAO RFID Systems aid in automating the fleet tracking, data management and maintenance tasks of the scenic and sightseeing transportation, thereby creating an optimal and efficient work environment. Our solutions also help to increase the safety and the security of your staff and customers, thereby ensuring the best possible travel experience for all your customers.

Fleet Management

As with any transportation service, the vehicles and their management is of utmost priority in ensuring the success of your organization. All vehicles involved in the transportation industry require daily, weekly or monthly maintenance checks to ensure the safe and optimal daily functioning of your organization.

Our RFID Asset Tracking System allows you to track, in real-time, the buses, cruises and cars on the road. The locations of these assets are also vital in ensuring that the equipment can be protected from theft or damage and tracked if they are lost. With RFID, the tracking and maintenance monitoring of the vehicles and equipment can be automated. Each vehicle is assigned an RFID Tag. This tag stores the unique information of the vehicle it is assigned to, including its location, maintenance records, and general usage. All of this information is readily available for review when accessed via our web-enabled software.

Inventory Management

 On-board meals, electronics, and supplies are essential part of providing unparalleled customer service to your tour group. Being able to track your inventory level of every item quickly easily before and after every trip ensures that you have the inventory available and provides business accountability. With every inventory item tracked via RFID Tags, your employees can quickly use Handheld RFID Readers to scan your supply carts to gain inventory insight within minutes. This ensures you have the inventory you require for your excursion and helps to keep your passengers happy.

Tracking and Managing Off-Site Personnel

Tour and city guides in addition to the bus and cruise operators are responsible for the optimal functioning of the organization. Our RFID Badges can be embedded with employee information and via the Personnel Tracking System, your employees can be tracked accurately for shift start and end times, while also located quickly in cases of emergency. In addition, the badges can be seamlessly integrated with any existing payroll system to streamline payroll processing.

Integrating GAO RFID Systems with Existing Tour Operator Software

GAO RFID’s Systems can be deployed as a standalone solution or can be integrated with other software solutions, according to your 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 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 seasoned professionals will smoothly integrate the appropriate GAO RFID Solution with your IT architecture. The result is an RFID solution that is seamlessly unified with your management system.

Contact us for more information on how our RFID Systems can be configured for your organization.

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