Whether you’re an equipment rental company, a contractor, or a subcontractor, location tracking technology in construction can come in handy. It can be used to keep track of your tools, monitor equipment usage, optimize tool leasing, support employee safety, and much more. Below we’ve outlined seven interesting ways construction-based organizations are currently integrating small equipment tracking devices into their workflow.
AirFinder’s small equipment tracking devices enable low-cost, secure asset tracking. If you’re ready to begin collecting the kind of data described in the use cases above—and seeing the impact of that data on your bottom line—contact us.