Lost or misplaced inventory can cost millions of dollars in expedites, re-orders, and write-offs, as well as wasted hours searching for inventory. Physical counts require hours of manual work and are often done very infrequently. Tagging assets with RFID immediately improves inventory tracking, increases accuracy, and saves time. With TagSurveyor, you can increase inventory counts and checks from once-a-month to multiple times per day, even in the largest warehouses. Warehouse and manufacturing facilities, including those operated by the U.S. Government, deploy TagSurveyor to help keep track of assets.
*Read range, coverage and sensitivity will vary based on environment, tag placement, and tag density.
The DataSurvey TagSurveyor RFID solution moves steadily and precisely through your warehouse to provide consistent and reliable results. This eliminates human error and missing data from poorly placed, fixed readers or handhelds.
TagSurveyor operates autonomously and multiple TagSurveyor AMRs can be setup to run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Discover inventory shortfalls faster and locate misplaced items. Conduct full physical inventory across millions of square feet multiple times a day instead of manual cycle counting at quarterly intervals.
Free people from cycle counting to do higher-value work. TagSurveyor is a dedicated three-shift-per-day, cycle count and inventory location resource. Busy warehouse staff no longer need to spend time on urgent hunts for lost material. TagSurveyor shows you where all your tagged assets are based on your warehouse map.
The DataSurvey app in FetchCore allows you to view RFID tags on live facility maps after each autonomous survey conducted by the AMR.
Quickly view and identify inventory by drilling down into tag clusters to view individual SKUs. You can also view tag details and information for each item.
Once surveys are completed, the results report can be downloaded from FetchCore, which also includes the EPC of each tag.
DataSurvey provides three user-defined fields for reporting, including a Tag Identifier (TID), an item description, and a custom identifier (such as an internal part number).
DataSurvey reports on the differences between the current survey and either an uploaded inventory file or the last completed survey. By understanding the different tag types, you can make real-time inventory decisions and audit records as needed.
Detected tags are tags that were detected in the survey. Undetected tags were included in the uploaded inventory file or detected in the previous survey but were not detected in the latest survey.
Unexpected tags were not included in the uploaded inventory file or not detected in the previous survey but were detected in the latest survey.
Collaborative, autonomous mobile robots were designed to work around people, and safety should not be compromised at the expense of efficiency.
All Fetch Robotics AMRs comes equipped with some of the most advanced safety features in the industry. 2D LiDAR scanners with 25m range enable mapping, localization, obstacle avoidance, as well as object detection. Multiple 3D depth cameras allow for superior robot vision to avoid both ground-based and overhanging dynamic obstacles, including forklifts, pallet jacks, and people.
When these sensors are combined with our onboard safety software, the result is the first industrial AMR systems, (inclusive of both the robot base and top module) that conform to both the newly released ANSI / RIA R15.08 safety standard for mobile robots as well as as CE mark requirements.