QR Code Asset Tracking Software
QR Codes for Construction Equipment Tracking
QR codes for asset tracking come in different sizes to fit any tracking need ranging from handheld tools to large heavy iron. For the extra ruggedness needed in construction environments, QR codes can be manufactured with a variety of materials – from sturdy aluminum to durable stickers tested to withstand harsh environments. Aluminum tags can be screwed, bolted, tied or glued to the asset, lasting for many years and under extreme conditions. Durable stickers are weatherproof and versatile, easily affixing to many surfaces.
QR codes can be used on any asset type, indoors or out.
Small & Mid-Sized Assets
Their low cost and variety of sizes make QR codes ideal for small tools and equipment.
Sites & Yards
They are handy for manually tracking items or inventory around a specific site or job yard.
What is a QR Code?
How are QR Codes Read?
QR codes can be read with the camera on any mobile device. The camera quickly recognizes the QR code, decodes the information it contains and provides the information through a link. The same principle is used via equipment management apps like Tenna’s. The QR code asset tag is scanned within the app, the information is decoded and relayed to the QR code asset tracking software where the scan history is located. The scan history combined with its location information and any other details are then available to the person scanning the code.
Benefits of QR Code Asset Tracking Software
Rugged. QR code asset tags and labels can withstand harsh and extreme conditions.
Tenna’s QR Code Asset Tracking Device Software Summary
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