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All hazardous (Ex) sites need to be prepared for a number of different emergencies. These vary between industries, whether you’re in oil and gas, mining, defence or petrochemicals.
Whilst the technical solution required to prevent and mitigate such emergencies will differ, we all know what our utmost priority is: worker safety. That’s why ATP employs technologies that are designed to dramatically improve worker safety, as well as streamline business processes, improve productivity and drive efficiency. One such solution is integrated RFID tracking, which complements all of our fire and gas detection and suppression systems.
RFID Tracking – track, monitor and respond in real time
RFID stands for radio-frequency identification, which is a system of identifying distinct objects by wireless non-contact radio waves to transmit information from a tag to a reader. The objective is to identify and track tags attached to objects.
We believe that for companies operating in hazardous areas, RFID technology is essential for emergency management and accurately locating and monitoring personnel and high value assets. It’s incredibly durable, efficient, secure and versatile, with the ability to be utilised across a broad spectrum of industries and tailored to meet your precise needs.
At ATP, our expertise lies in Ex and non-Ex RTLS RFID tracking solutions, Ex signaling devices and communication equipment, Ex wireless communications and networking, as well as passive RFID, barcoding and image scanning and security systems such as CCTV and access control.
We can also combine your RFID system to integrate premium tags and infrastructure with detection technology and tracking software, including Wi-Fi tags, GPS tags, cellular tags, LTE tags, UHF Tags and environmental tags.
Worker safety management is used to track personnel, enabling workers to call for help in an emergency so they can be quickly and efficiently located. The solution offers multiple advanced location techniques, two-way notification, man-down, no motion and is certified for hazardous and non-hazardous environments.
Asset management is the most common application of RFID tracking. Used to track high-value assets, it enables companies to gather data on their location quickly and with minimal manual intervention, or none at all. Tagging assets allows companies to evaluate their asset utilisation, drive operation efficiencies based on location identification, automate maintenance routines and reduce shrinkage and rental costs.
Improving inventory and supply chain visibility for large volume asset management in rugged and hazardous areas. This is achieved using hybrid forms of tracking, chokepoints, vehicle readers and handheld interrogators to automate the receiving and locating of materials anywhere on a large industrial site. An essential element is the integration to ERP.
Materials management is a key function that significantly contributes to the success of a project. The management of materials in industrial projects is made problematic by materials shortages, delays in supply, price fluctuations, damage and wastage, and lack of storage space. Paperless options such as RFID and barcoding are used to make the tracking and management of materials easier and faster.
Temperature and humidity monitoring solutions eliminate manual temperature monitoring. It facilitates regulatory compliance by automating accurate collection and logging of temperature data via 24/7/365 monitoring.
ATP is purpose set up to provide hazardous sites with the complete end-to-end solution, from expert consultation to fire and gas detection, suppression, asset management, staff safety, emergency evacuation, eMustering and environmental monitoring.
Partner with us today and discover what we can do for your hazardous site.