Government and Defense
Real-time visibility of assets and personnel can be mission critical to government and defense institutions. Knowing the location, status and condition of sensitive assets and personnel is required for operations support and for enabling a streamlined supply chain.
High value assets such as weapons, vehicles, sensitive materials and maintenance equipment, stored in outdoor yards, distribution centers and warehouses require real-time visibility. AeroScout’s Asset Management solution enables government and defense institutions to constantly maintain the location of these assets whether indoors or outdoors. Assets can be tracked with Wi-Fi tags leveraging the existing Wi-Fi network or with a combination of Wi-Fi and GPS tags for precise location in outdoor environments. Through map views, real-time alerts and detailed reports, equipment maintenance compliance is improved, inventory counts are automated and operational efficiency is improved.
Long-term storage of emergency vehicles requires periodic monitoring of temperature, humidity and battery voltage levels to ensure optimal storage conditions and full readiness of the vehicles. Sensitive materials and storage areas may also require the monitoring of temperature and humidity conditions. AeroScout provides an automated and centralized Wi-Fi-based monitoring system that frequently measures ambient temperature, humidity and battery voltage levels, to generate alerts and reports on vehicles, specific areas and other sensitive assets being monitored.
Personnel tracking is required in a variety of settings such as training environments, in the field and indoor facilities. The real-time visibility of specific personnel or specialized staff in case of an emergency or time sensitive situation is critical. Security systems in military bases can be improved through personnel tracking and the ability to determine unauthorized entrance or exit from defined areas.
The innovative solution enables accurate asset tracking and management in very large outdoor environments, and has been selected by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) to help improve productivity and operations at a 110 million square-foot outdoor facility at the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona.