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Increase productivity of your bin collection, managing bin tasks and increase driver efficiency by at least 73% first month
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What do you get?
Easy to Manage Bin Tasks
Integrated on your mobile device and back office system
Professional GPS Tracking
Bin Task Dashboard
Works in Offline and Online Formats
Ability to read the Low Frequency (LF) or Ultra High Frequency (UHF) RFID Bin Tags
RFID bin chip reading should NOT slow collection runs down
Provide clear and concise analytical information on presentation rates into the office
Blacklisting customer’s who have not paid their bill – bin should not be emptied.
Present clear information on bin GPS coordinates and notification of potential stolen bins.
Real time error presentation – if a customer’s bin is the wrong size or type for this RFID tag.
Alert bin collector if additional items are required to be collected
Managing contaminates in the recycling and organic bins (updating office in real time)
Our unique collection system for rear loading collection trucks enable the collection crew to scan RFID chipped bins on the fly. This has proven NOT to slow down collection runs compared to other RFID scanning systems fitted to the truck that can increase collection durations by 30%. As you can see from the video below, the collector has the RFID reader fitted into our specially designed gloves and the Android device in his jacket. This robust and cost efficient system has been in operation in Ireland since late 2007 and has proven to save money for waste companies in regard to not having to lift unpaid customers bins.
Setting up the collection crew system takes approx 5 mins and educating the staff is straight forward as all they have to do is login and scan RFID tags all day. The mobile device verbally speaks commands to the collection staff in a high pitched lady's voice, so all the collector has to do is listen and obey. Once the collection run is done, they simply log out. The system is designed to work in both online and offline modes, so any scanning in offline is saved to the device and later automatically sent to the WIS server.
If you have a side loader or front loading collection truck, then you will need our UHF RFID scanning hardware unit fitted into the truck. This unit has a long RFID read range (approx 4 meters) and alerting is presented on the Truck Router device system. Bins will also need to be fitted with UHF reader chips as well. The main draw back this system has over the collector who manually puts the trash into the back of the truck is – monitoring of contaminates when collecting organic and recycling bins.
Both our Low Frequency (where a person physically empties the bin) and the Ultra High Frequency (where the lift arm empties the bin) link directly to the WIS Server via our secure REST server, which encrypts inbound and outbound information. If you would like bin lift data to be fed into your existing software directly, then we would have to link your system to WIS via our REST API or you could export manually from the WIS control panel via Excel / CSV.
If you are planning to deploy RFID technology then we suggest you review our RFID tags as we manufactures both the UHF / LF RFID tags as well as the hardware and software required to manage and scan these tags on bins. Find out more information about our LF and HLF tags.
ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE RFID READING ON THE GLOVE
Gloves (gloves and mittens) come in different shapes and sizes to match weather conditions and working environment.
#1 RFID Truck Reader industrial waterproof and designed special for waste collection vehicles
Antenna not included - please contact for antenna specifications.
What do you get?
#1 RFID Truck Reader designed for waste collectors with special material
RFID Reader 125kHz and 134 kHz format
Single purpose to scan bin chips and don’t miss a read
RFID Reader/Antenna can be installed on any vehicle type
Read tags in short or long distance away
Automatic scanning for RFID chips every millisecond