Contact Tracing

Making your facilities more secure. Making your people safer.

Smart factories. Government facilities. Public universities. Each environment poses risks that make the make the iVEDiX platform ideal for these dynamic, constantly shifting ecosystems of people and properties. Tracking, monitoring, and managing the living data that they produce is the key to keeping these precious assets safe and secure.

IoT-enabled peace of mind

Active and Passive RFID used for facility tracking
iVEDiX works with a variety of tags, including RFID, GPS, and the next generation of tracking technology.
ID tags can be placed on people, vehicles, machinery, replacement parts, or any other important asset to track and trace their status, making sure they are where they need to be and managing any risk they may create.

With the iVEDiX platform, security rules and alerts can be customized to suit your environment and specific needs. If the security risk for a specific action is extremely low, alerts can be sent by email or SMS. Greater security or safety threats can trigger loud alarm or siren, or even an automated M2M call to shut down a machine or lockdown entryway access.

At all times, iVEDiX delivers real-time data visualizations on your tablet or desktop, or on a wall-size monitor for a stunning view of the activities happening in your facility.

For worker safety

RFID and manufacturing
In a manufacturing plant, iVEDiX ensures that only qualified operators are in proximity to specific equipment. A tagged worker wandering near a machine they are not permissioned for, like a crane or a CNC mill, generates an alarm or siren to alert that the worker is too close.
Smart iOT Solutions for Oil and Energy
At an oil refinery, every worker is given an ID tag with a sensor that automatically sends data to an iVEDiX-powered tracking system. In an emergency like an fire or a spill, the system lets managers know in real time where workers are located and if they are near a danger zone.

For facility security

Improving security at a public venue involves precisely monitoring and tracking deliveries and personnel. With iVEDiX, managers always know exactly who and what is entering and exiting their buildings in real-time.
At a government port facility, for example, a delivery truck is scheduled to deliver a box of office supplies at 8:45 am at Bay Door C. The iVEDiX platform knows the identity of the driver, their license number, the license plate of the truck, and how long it should take for the truck to travel from the entranceway to the correct bay door. If the driver takes a wrong turn or takes too long to arrive at the designated door, the system can send alerts based on the programmed rules.

Featured Resources

Security & Safety in the Era of IoT

We’ve recently published several blog posts about the internet of things (IoT) and building smart factories. We posted about how sensors and analytics play a role in […]

Power-Up Your SAP Instance with iVEDiX

We recently published a blog post that highlights the role sensors and analytics play when it comes to building a smart factory. In another, we detailed how […]

Industry 4.0: Sensors, Analytics, Smart Factory

Recently, we published a blog post that highlighted the rise of IoT leading to a continuous generation of massive volumes of human-generated and machine-generated data. The volumes […]

Industrial IoT: How Connected Things Are Changing Manufacturing

Robert Schmid, Chief Technologist, IoT, Deloitte Digital he proliferation of smart things has reached critical mass. Products with wireless connectivity (from lightbulbs to thermostats to smart speakers) […]

Building the Brilliant Factory with iVEDiX

We recently published a blog post about Industry 4.0, detailing the role that sensors and analytics play in building a smart factory. But, Smart Factories aren’t enough. […]

Contact Tracing

Making your facilities more secure.
Making your people safer.

Smart factories. Government facilities. Public universities. Each environment poses risks that make the make the iVEDiX platform ideal for these dynamic, constantly shifting ecosystems of people and properties. Tracking, monitoring, and managing the living data that they produce is the key to keeping these precious assets safe and secure.

IoT-enabled peace of mind

ID tags can be placed on people, vehicles, machinery, replacement parts, or any other important asset to track and trace their status, making sure they are where they need to be and managing any risk they may create.
With the iVEDiX platform, security rules and alerts can be customized to suit your environment and specific needs. If the security risk for a specific action is extremely low, alerts can be sent by email or SMS. Greater security or safety threats can trigger loud alarm or siren, or even an automated M2M call to shut down a machine or lockdown entryway access.
At all times, iVEDiX delivers real-time data visualizations on your tablet or desktop, or on a wall-size monitor for a stunning view of the activities happening in your facility.
Active and Passive RFID used for facility tracking
iVEDiX works with a variety of tags, including RFID, GPS, and the next generation of tracking technology.

For worker safety

RFID and manufacturing
In a manufacturing plant, iVEDiX ensures that only qualified operators are in proximity to specific equipment. A tagged worker wandering near a machine they are not permissioned for, like a crane or a CNC mill, generates an alarm or siren to alert that the worker is too close.
Smart iOT Solutions for Oil and Energy
At an oil refinery, every worker is given an ID tag with a sensor that automatically sends data to an iVEDiX-powered tracking system. In an emergency like a fire or a spill, the system lets managers know in real time where workers are located and if they are near a danger zone.

For facility security

Improving security at a public venue involves precisely monitoring and tracking deliveries and personnel. With iVEDiX, managers always know exactly who and what is entering and exiting their buildings in real-time.
At a government port facility, for example, a delivery truck is scheduled to deliver a box of office supplies at 8:45 am at Bay Door C. The iVEDiX platform knows the identity of the driver, their license number, the license plate of the truck, and how long it should take for the truck to travel from the entranceway to the correct bay door. If the driver takes a wrong turn or takes too long to arrive at the designated door, the system can send alerts based on the programmed rules.

Featured Resources

Security & Safety in the Era of IoT

We’ve recently published several blog posts about the internet of things (IoT) and building smart factories. We posted about how sensors and analytics play a role in […]

Power-Up Your SAP Instance with iVEDiX

We recently published a blog post that highlights the role sensors and analytics play when it comes to building a smart factory. In another, we detailed how […]

Industry 4.0: Sensors, Analytics, Smart Factory

Recently, we published a blog post that highlighted the rise of IoT leading to a continuous generation of massive volumes of human-generated and machine-generated data. The volumes […]

Industrial IoT: How Connected Things Are Changing Manufacturing

Robert Schmid, Chief Technologist, IoT, Deloitte Digital he proliferation of smart things has reached critical mass. Products with wireless connectivity (from lightbulbs to thermostats to smart speakers) […]