Announcements and media releases 

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Blog post: Barcode vs. RFID

Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 09:13

In our last post, we kicked off a series about asset ID tags with a look at asset identification using barcodes. Today we pick up where we left off with an introduction to RFID and how the technology compares and contrasts with barcoding. RFIDs and barcodes are similar in that they are both data collection technologies which automate the process of collecting field data. Both forms of auto-ID have their pros and cons for asset tracking, asset management and asset lifecycle management, and either one may be better suited for your specific project. Continue reading “Barcodes vs. RFID” »

Media release: Relegen’s ‘assetDNA Pilot Kit’ a finalist in the inaugural Pacific 2013 Maritime Australia Limited Industry Innovation Awards

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 - 09:13

Relegen, a leading supplier of people and asset intelligence technology solutions to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, today announced that its assetDNA Pilot Kit product is a finalist in the inaugural Pacific 2013 Maritime Australia Limited Industry Innovation Awards in the Civil Industry SME Innovation category.

Blog post: Which barcode is best?

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 17:40

When we receive inquiries about assetDNA, often the first line of questioning dives straight into asset tags – or assetDNA ID’s as we like to call them. So we’d like to kick-off a series of posts outlining some of the differences between barcodes, HF, and UHF RFIDs and their best-suited applications. Today we’ll start with a look at barcodes and why they can still be the most appropriate application for many projects, despite all the hype around RFID. Continue reading our next blog post "Which barcode is best?” >>

Blog post: Global EAM apps market to grow 6.45% per annum 2011-2015

Thursday, August 29, 2013 - 12:16

Despite continuing market uncertainties, sales of EAM software applications are being driven by demand for enterprise-wide asset performance visibility says technology research company, TechNavio. However, with so much data dispersed across different systems, where does the journey start for business leaders needing visibility of their ‘things’ right across the enterprise? Read 'Global EAM apps market to grow 6.45% per annum 2011-2015' >>

Media release: Relegen expands asset ID solutions with direct part marking capabilities

Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - 10:36

Relegen today announced new in-house capabilities for permanent direct part marking of assets, items and components. Relegen sources and supplies a wide range of asset tagging and identification systems [assetDNA IDs] such as barcodes, HF & UHF RFIDs, covert security identifiers, as well as its own patented multi-layered solution. And now, with new in-house dot peen marking capability, Relegen can offer ‘pin stamping’, as a fully-integrated asset identification system for users of its asset intelligence software technology, assetDNA.

Blog Post: Seeing the bigger picture with mobile data capture

Friday, July 19, 2013 - 19:57

Mobile enterprise asset management systems enhance field productivity. But does mobile data capture from anywhere, anytime, any device offer up an even greater prize? Continue reading our next blog post 'Seeing the bigger picture with mobile data capture' »

Media release: Relegen announces the asset management industry’s first rapid deployment solution with the ‘assetDNA Pilot Kit’

Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 15:50

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 18 JULY, 2013 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology-based solutions to asset-intensive industries, today announced the general availability of a new innovative out-of-the-box solution – the assetDNA Pilot Kit. assetDNA’s new offering has been engineered to provide an easier, faster, reduced risk implementation experience. It assembles everything organisations need to get started – software, tags, a mobile app pre-installed on a hand-held computer, documentation and deployment services – in a ruggedised mobile carry case, at an affordable price. Unlike consultant-intensive feasibility studies or lengthy implementation programs that can take months and more, the assetDNA Pilot Kit reduces the costs and complexities typically associated with software implementations and enables organisations to get up and running within a few days.

Blog post: Managing high risk assets

Friday, June 21, 2013 - 19:52

Managing security around high-risk assets is of increasing importance for many industries. None more so than for organisations operating in Defence, law enforcement, corrections, intelligence and those responsible for border management, customs and civil emergencies. It is critical these operations have tight, auditable controls for managing weapons and personal defence equipment (PDE). It is also vital that communities have complete confidence in their security and protection agencies. Read about the six benefits of asset intelligence software and RFID asset tracking for armoury management in 'Managing high risk assets' >>