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Facility and Asset Management

Asset Management

Governments typically possess physical assets that need to be located, counted and verified. With NEC’s RFID Asset Management Solution, administrators can always locate exactly where company assets are in real-time. They can also identify existing users at any given time.

This system optimizes asset availability and centralizes administration, thereby greatly improving the effect of lend-out management. The current status of the asset can always be monitored; allowing contactless tracking to increase administration efficiency.

Sea Passenger Terminal Management

Sea passenger terminals are typically busy transit points as passengers embark or disembark. NEC's Sea Passenger Terminal Operating System uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to monitor human traffic and movement.

The system manages everything, from passenger check-in to boarding confirmation. The system tracks both passengers as well as their luggage. Terminal operators can check if people are using false identities or if baggage is checked-in unaccompanied.

The system improves security, speeds up boarding and reduces human involvement. As a result, long lines at ticket counters, lost luggage and late departures can be a thing of the past.

Library Materials Circulation System

The relatively simple task of borrowing or returning books performed by traditional libraries can now be fully automated. This has helped improve efficiency in service delivery. In addition, it frees up librarians for more important tasks that cannot be automated, such as helping people locate information or particular library resources.

To handle the mundane task of borrowing and returning books, NEC has developed a library management system. The system relies on radio frequency identity (RFID) systems to handle the borrowing and returning of books. Using ISO-compliant RFID tags, NEC's solution allows borrowers to check out up to six books simultaneously, instead of doing them one at a time. The system can also quickly process the return of books, all without needing human intervention.

In addition, the system is completely networked so that at any point in time the organization will be able to get an up-to-date view of the status of all RFID equipment.

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