College District Uses RFID to Track 90,000 Assets

By Doug

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The Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) has deployed an asset-management system employing radio frequency identification technology to locate its tens of thousands of assets across seven campuses and two satellite locations. The district is using the technology to manage location data about assets ranging from computers to farm animals, and to integrate that information with its own management software. Learn how the RFID system is making the auditing process automatic, thereby eliminating manual inventory counts, reducing labor costs and improving the ability to locate missing assets.