Asset Monitoring


Asset tracking refers to various means of monitoring the location of physical assets. These could be anything from vehicles to cargo to equipment to materials, livestock and much more. In some cases, asset tracking involves tracking not just the location but the status or health or a particular asset. Asset tracking usually employs one or more of the following technologies, embedded in a physical device, sensor, or other object: GPS, radio-frequency identification (RFID), LoRaWAN®, SigFox® (ISM LPWAN), near-field communication (NFC), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Terrestrial Cellular, Iridium® (Low Orbiting Satellite) and others. Asset tracking also refers to longstanding technologies such as UPC barcode scanning, which is still widely used. 

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Temperature Monitoring

Automate monitoring for any commercial facility, delivering unparalleled asset protection with substantial time and money savings.

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Assets and Equipment

Remotely track valued assets and monitor equipment for unauthorized usage, employee performance, proper maintenance and or theft recovery.

Waste Bin Level

Waste Bin Level

Optimize waste management with SensorWorks’ smart bin level monitoring systems, delivering unparalleled efficiency and cost savings for any commercial facility.

Why Asset Monitoring?

Asset tracking is crucial to ensuring proper asset visibility in a variety of contexts, including inventory and supply chain management, logistics, systems monitoring, event management, and more. Asset tracking also is used in risk management for theft prevention and other security purposes. Asset tracking is especially critical as the quantity or value of assets increases, for example, managing a fleet of thousands of vehicles, or valuable shipping cargo.

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