Asset Tracking Market 2020-2025

There are substantial factors to consider when considering the asset tracking market including asset class, value, and degree of mobility.

Commensurate with asset class and tracking needs is the choice of technology to fit a given solution.

There are a few important technologies involved in asset tracking, some of which are relatively expensive, but provide seamless 24 X 7 tracking, while others are less expensive, but only provide tracking when within range of a wireless tracking device.

RFID based solutions represent one of the most cost-effective methods that may be used with a variety of assets, use cases, and form factors.

For example, RFID-enabled “slap-and-track” enables fast and easy tracking for many use cases ranging from shipping to asset loss prevention.

However, RFID based solutions rely upon RFID tag communication with an RFID reader within signal range.

This is a limitation as compared to solutions that may continuously track assets on an uninterrupted basis regionally or globally.

This report assesses the RFID-based asset tracking market including solutions, asset types tracked, use cases, and industry verticals.

The report evaluates companies and strategies for the general RFID market as well as market analysis and forecasting for the RFID-enabled “slap-and-track” asset tracking market including solutions by type, implementation, assets, industries, and regions.

The report also provides specific recommendations by company type and technology/solution provider.

Companies mentioned

  • Starcom
  • T-Mobile
  • Targa Telematics SPA
  • Telefonica
  • Telit
  • Teltrac Navman
  • Tenna
  • TomTom International BV
  • Topcon Corporation
  • TrackX
  • Trimble Inc.
  • TVL Inc. (WiseTrack)
  • Ubisense Group Plc.
  • UpKeep Maintenance Management
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Vodafone Limited
  • Wasp Barcode Technologies Inc.
  • Windward Software
  • Zebra Technologies
  • Zerion Software Inc.
  • Zonar Systems (Continental AG)
  • Zubie

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