ON DEMAND INVENTORY
Automated Inventory Data Collection

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On Demand Inventory is currently in development – and we need your input to bring it home at the right price.  Collaborate with us by emailing directly or leaving a comment below.

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No More Scanning

No More Scanning

Your inventory stays 100% accounted for at all times, from the time it arrives to the time it leaves the floor. Bring labor costs lower or divert personnel hours to other tasks.

Even Less Errors

Even Less Errors

Check items in at Receiving once.  No more checking is required – nor are cyclicals or end of month inventories.  On Demand Inventory counts all tagged items continuously.

An IoT Solution

An IoT Solution

Intelligent and Secure inventory management across multiple locations. Discover new benchmarks, order triggers, and cross-leveling opportunities in true realtime.

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  • Steve Twitchell
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    Nice work Dan!! We are definitely interested in further collaboration.

  • Shawn Close
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    Is this strictly only for receiving?

    • admin
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      Hi Shawn, thanks for your question. This solution has the entire warehouse in mind – it would be implemented in receiving but items would be visible everywhere in house, along with a date-time stamp. So while items can be counted everywhere at any time, more advanced things like wave picking could be enabled, productivity metrics discovered and recorded, etc.

  • Ilya Plugovoy
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    How does it sense new items? Do they have to have a barcode? Or can I use this with used parts?

    • admin
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      Hi Ilya, thanks for asking! When an item comes through Receiving, part of the procedure would be to affix a beacon to it. The item wouldn’t need a barcode if it didn’t have one – just the beacon. Additionally, you would be able to affix a beacon to any part anywhere on the floor, so used parts (or any part for that matter) would be able to connect no problem.

  • fernando
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    Nice product!! I an definitely interested in further collaboration.

  • John
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    Very interesting, however would be concerned at total price of beacons/number needed – in our case large volume of sku’s, relatively low $ value per pack/carton. If you have found a real low cost beacon could envisage additional uses – especially at partners warehouses

    • admin
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      Hi John, agreed – the cost must make sense. When you say low cost, what comes to mind? I imagine you are thinking in ratios of SKU cost to beacon – if so, what might that ratio look like?

  • David Johanssons
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    I am very interested to learn how the sensor works-

    • admin
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      Hi David, we are looking at a couple of deployable network options – LE bluetooth, Wifi, or RX seem to be the dominant choices. I’m fairly certain that we’ll be integrating all three together in a way that allows for redundancy.

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