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Blog post: Should you rip-out, re-write or re-invent your legacy enterprise asset management system?

Thursday, March 17, 2016 - 12:14

Deloitte’s technology predictions are out for 2016. Whilst much of it focuses on the shiny new stuff, one trend was dedicated to the coal-face challenge of extending the value of legacy systems. This week’s blog post looks at how to transform legacy EAM’s, CMMS’s and deliver an RFID- and mobile-ready platform in less time, cost and risk. Read “Should you rip-out, re-write or re-invent your legacy enterprise asset management system?” »

Blog post: Part II – Asset tracking & NFC – The Pros & Cons

Thursday, January 21, 2016 - 14:50

Happy New Year from all of us here at Relegen! Whilst it’s been some time since our last blog post [because we’ve been busy developing an incredible array of new technology products which are being lined up on the 2016 horizon…so stay tuned!] we’d like to pick-up where we left off with a short read on the pros and cons of NFC technology as it relates to the business of asset tracking. Continue reading “Part II – Asset tracking & NFC – The Pros & Cons” »

Media release: Relegen’s assetDNA technology a finalist in the prestigious 2015 Maritime Australia Limited Industry Innovation Awards

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 13:42

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 15 SEPTEMBER 2015 – Relegen, a leading supplier of professional services and enterprise intelligence technology to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, today announced that its assetDNA technology solution has been named a finalist in the Pacific 2015 Maritime Australia Limited Industry Innovation Awards.

Relegen has been selected for its innovative asset intelligence technology-based project undertaken for the Royal Australian Navy’s new Canberra Class Amphibious Assault Ship, also known as the Landing Helicopter Dock [LHD]. The novel assetDNA project provided a new automated means of capturing real-time operational data from on board asset inspection rounds and watch-keeping programs.

Blog post: What is NFC? [The basics]

Friday, July 3, 2015 - 17:10

With NFC a rapidly-emerging global technology phenomenon, we thought it might be useful to do a series of blog posts to better explain what NFC is, how it works, and develop an understanding of its advantages and disadvantages. We’ll also take a look at a number of current use cases and how the technology might be used to improve the business of asset tracking both now and into the future. Continue reading “Part I – What is NFC? [The basics]” »

Blog post: Weighing in on the latest global RTLS market predictions

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 16:33

There’s been a number of predictions from industry analysts about the growth of the global RTLS market in recent weeks. So just what is RTLS? How is it different to RFID? What is it used for? Which RTLS technology is best? Continue reading “Weighing in on the latest global RTLS market predictions” »

Blog post: RFID adoption reaching a ‘tipping point’ in retail and manufacturing in the US

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 - 16:47

US general merchandise manufacturers and retailers with no plans for RFID are now in the minority according to a recent study from GS1 US. The findings have been recently published as part of the results of the 2014 GS1 US Standards Usage Survey which measured usage of item-level EPC-enabled RFID to enhance inventory visibility and meet customer demands for a seamless, omni-channel experience. Continue reading “RFID adoption reaching a ‘tipping point’ in retail and manufacturing in the US” »

Blog post: RFIDs producing a hive of information!

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 12:54

Last week the BBC reported on a new, miniature, longer-range RFID system designed to monitor bee behaviour at Kew Gardens in London. The trial has been created from off-the-shelf components consisting of standard RFID chip and a customised [albeit a slightly cumbersome-looking] aerial, which is supposedly thinner and lighter than other models used to track small insects and which delivers a greater read range. Readers are then dotted around the gardens and connected to credit-card sized, single board, Raspberry Pi computers, which log the readings. Continue reading “RFIDs producing a hive of information” »

Media release: Relegen already boosting feature-set for newly-released riskDNA

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - 15:13

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 24 March, 2015 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, government, mining and industry, today announced a raft of new risk management features for its recently-launched riskDNA software which will cement its foothold as the leading enterprise risk intelligence solution, globally. These new features include extensive multi-lingual support for today’s multinational organisations, powerful tools for creating Job Safety Analysis’s [JSA’s] and Job Safety Environment Analysis [JSEA’s] more options for managing actions resulting from risk assessments, a full-featured web edition and more. To learn more about riskDNA, enterprise risk intelligence software from Relegen Pty Ltd, please visit >>