Accurate & Reliable Asset Management for Opera Houses
With this RFID solution, the asset management of your opera house can be done simply by having an employee drive through the venue while holding a handheld computer with an RFID reader, which tracks the tagged assets.
What GAO RFID Opera House Asset Management System Tracks
Our RFID system can track all opera house assets including:
- Computers and projectors
- All the acoustic equipment, such as, sound level meter, logger limiter, microphones, vibration calibrators, vibrometers
- Lighting and stage items
- Costumes and props
- Set items and decor
- Food service items
- Dollys, trollys, containers and assets that move about the location
- Tables, ticket scanners, chairs and booths
- All other assets your opera house may utilize
An employee can track all the assets by a handheld RFID reader. In that case, RFID tag needs to be attached to each asset.
Our system can be customized to handle small community operations to large national opera houses. They can be used whether the facility is purely dedicated to opera or also a performing arts center
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Opera house is a part of the greater entrainment industry. The word opera has originated from the Italian language which means “work”. The word work here incorporates a composer and a librettist who deliver a variety of performing arts including acting, scenery, costumes and sometimes ballet with the help of orchestra and musical ensemble. Combining all these performances in a theatrical setting is called opera music. Simply put, the venue where these performing arts take place is called the opera house.
Opera is from the western classical music genre. The establishment of the first public opera house in the world traces back to 1637 and many of them were built over the succeeding decades throughout the whole western region including the U.S, Europe, Canada, and Australia. For centuries, these musical hubs have been serving as a source of entertainment for both general people and wealthy patrons. Given its high popularity, many of them were used as a medium of showing enhanced architectural beauty with highly mechanized stages and greater audience capacity. In the U.S., there are currently 125 opera houses and the major ones are located in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington D.C and in Canada, Toronto and Montreal.
In the modern world, opera houses not only serve as food for minds, or renders musical values, but they also add value to the economy of a country in monetary terms. Owing to beautiful structure and significant history, many of the opera houses are accounted for top tourist destinations. The most renowned Sydney opera house sets a perfect example of that. Due to increased visitation of 33%, it’s economics contribution increased by 44% in FY13. Likewise, North American opera houses also exhibit positive market trends throughout the years. According to Opera America’s annual report, the North American opera industry contributed more than $1.14 billion to the economy in FY2016. Based on the previous trend of a steady market and a surplus of $10,992 in FY2018, it is estimated that the industry will continue to generate a surplus in the following years given proper budgetary plan. However, the industry in the U.S. seems to face critical threats due to taxation, high cost of production, budgetary pressure and many more. The unfortunate truth is, the United States is one of the countries which has recently shown a declining opera industry due to lack of government support. Another threat to the industry is the growing popularity of concerts which attracts the young generation.
According to social researchers, opera music is a strong medium of conveying messages to its audience. Often the messages resonate with today’s many of the critical issues. A great segment of the cultural minded population keeps the demand for this industry high and helps to augment such cultural resources.
Using RFID Technology in the Opera House Industry GAO RFID is a leader in implementing this technology in entertainment facilities worldwide. From event management to workflow optimization, our team of certified professionals knows how to use RFID effectively to keep your daily operations running smoothly. Many of our clients in the industry have come to us with their challenges. Read on to see how GAO RFID can benefit your opera house and its activities. Our organization must tackle a number of areas, including tracking our valuables. How can GAO RFID help? Our company uses RFID technology to meet a number of organizational needs. No challenge is too big (or too small) for our team. Here are just some of the concerns we have addressed: Crowd control and security measures
- Inventory monitoring and tracking of company assets
- Document management, including employee files and regulatory paperwork
- Employee tracking and workflow optimization
GAO RFID Asset Tracking System can all be customized to address concerns unique to your venue. We’d like a more efficient way to track the equipment and other valuables as they move throughout the opera house. How can RFID technology help? GAO RFID is the creator of one of the world’s most powerful Tag and Reader hardware. These components are valuable when it comes to tracking everything from employees to company assets. Deter theft and vandalism by knowing where your assets are at all times. The process is quite simple. Here’s how it works: Place GAO RFID Tags on all your valuables, including AV equipment, computer servers and concession stands
- GAO RFID Readers are placed at strategic access points within your opera house
- Tags transmit data pertaining to its whereabouts as your valuables move along the venue floor
- That item can now be tracked in real-time using our intuitive software from a remote location
We have hundreds of employees ranging from ushers to technical staff. How can we better monitor their work performance? Is there also a more streamlined approach to managing our employee payroll? Managing worker performance is one of the most challenging aspects of running any organization. But GAO RFID makes it easy to do so with its complete offering of Tags and Readers. Our RFID Personnel Tracking System not only monitors your employees’ whereabouts — it can also pinpoint workflow anomalies, allowing managers to optimize departmental efficiency. Meanwhile, managing employee documentation can be quite difficult — especially if your business has not yet moved to a paperless system. Our RFID solution enables you to effectively identify and track your documents so you can access this paperwork easily. Furthermore, integrating RJV Technology‘s leading-edge electronic document management system ECM-X. We’re interested in learning more about your RFID Systems. What now? Our team of certified RFID professionals are committed to your satisfaction every step of the way. From the initial consultation to performance monitoring, our client’s success is what drives us to do better. Simply contact us for a personalized assessment of your Opera House venue’s needs. From there, we will create a customized roadmap on how RFID solutions will help achieve your goals.