Announcements and media releases

The latest announcements and media releases from Relegen. These are also available as an RSS Feed.

Blog post: Why is enterprise asset intelligence critical now?

Tuesday 15th of April 2014

The need to transform asset data into actionable insights that feed into enterprise-wide decision-making processes, beyond engineering, maintenance or production, so enterprises can maximise the productivity of resources and drive sustainable growth has never been greater. Read why having a granular and enterprise-wide asset intelligence view is critical for businesses today in our latest blog post >>

Media release: Relegen releases assetDNA software quick tour video on YouTube

Tuesday 1st of April 2014

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 1 APRIL, 2014 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, has released a second video showcasing its asset intelligence technology on YouTube. The new full HD video is an assetDNA software quick tour and illustrates some of its advanced capabilities as part of a series of short videos which are being published online progressively.

Blog post: Crowdsourcing asset intelligence

Tuesday 18th of March 2014

Organisations are starting to tap into the information gathered by crowds to help solve seemingly insurmountable problems in faster and more cost-effective ways. This capability can equip governments, organisations and end-consumers with real-time, real-world intelligence previously unavailable to them, thus greatly enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of decision making. To see some very worthy examples of how crowdsourced asset data is benefitting global communities continue reading 'Crowdsourcing asset intelligence' >>

Blog post: We’re scouting out RFID Journal LIVE!

Thursday 6th of March 2014

RFID Journal LIVE! is the world’s largest event focused on RFID and related asset tracking technologies so we’re sending in our scouts! This US-based event offers us an unparalleled opportunity to interact with over 200 exhibitors from around the world who will be demonstrating their latest innovations. Our aim is to come back armed with knowledge about new and emerging technologies that should be on our customer’s radar. One such development we are keeping an eye on is the ability to bring smartphones into the asset intelligence ecosystem as a way to capture asset data and generate new insights that will greatly enhance business decision-making processes. Continue reading "We’re scouting out RFID Journal LIVE!" >>

Media release: Relegen showcases asset intelligence technology in new full HD video

Tuesday 21st of January 2014

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 21 JANUARY, 2014 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, has begun showcasing its asset intelligence technology online in a newly-released YouTube video. The new full HD video is titled ‘What is asset intelligence?’ and is the first in a series of short videos to be released over the coming months that will introduce the capabilities of its proprietary technology solution – assetDNA.

Blog post: Playing off HF & UHF RFID

Tuesday 7th of January 2014

Just like a radio needs to be tuned to different frequencies for different channels, RFID tags and readers must be of the same frequency in order to communicate. And, because RFID frequency determines the way the system will perform and operate, it is important for organisations to develop some understanding of these issues when evaluating RFID-based asset intelligence systems for their operations. So in our first post for 2014 [and the last in our series on today's smart asset IDs] we want to dig a little deeper into the world of RFID and examine the most commonly used frequencies in asset management to help organisations determine the best-suited system for their application. Continue reading “Playing off HF & UHF RFID” »

Media release: New asset management industry whitepaper

Tuesday 12th of November 2013

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 12 NOVEMBER, 2013 – Organisations can improve enterprise asset management, lower costs, reduce risk, improve safety, security and compliance with asset intelligence says Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, in a new asset management industry whitepaper released today. The whitepaper is available as a free registered download from the assetDNA website immediately.

Relegen News – November 2013

Friday 1st of November 2013

The latest newsletter from Relegen, developer of assetDNA, is now online. In this issue:

 

  • New direct part marking asset IDs
  • Support for the DMO Maritime Systems Division Key Divisional Suppliers program
  • WA waste tracking assetDNA trial
  • Innovation award finalist
  • Seeing the bigger picture with mobile data capture
  • And more

Read Relegen News – November 2013 >>

Media release: Relegen selected for DMO’s Maritime Systems Division Key Divisional Suppliers program

Tuesday 29th of October 2013

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – 29 OCTOBER, 2013 – Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, today announced it had been selected to participate in the Defence Materiel Organisation’s [DMO] Maritime Systems Division Key Divisional Suppliers program. Relegen now forms part of a key group of 20+ suppliers who have been selected for inclusion in the Key Divisional Suppliers program after being successfully audited by the DMO. Other private-sector Key Divisional Suppliers include Rolls Royce, Saab Group, Thales, UGL Limited, Wartsilla and more.

Blog post: Barcode vs. RFID

Thursday 17th of October 2013

In our last post, we kicked off a series about asset ID tags with a look at asset identification using barcodes. Today we pick up where we left off with an introduction to RFID and how the technology compares and contrasts with barcoding. RFIDs and barcodes are similar in that they are both data collection technologies which automate the process of collecting field data. Both forms of auto-ID have their pros and cons for asset tracking, asset management and asset lifecycle management, and either one may be better suited for your specific project. Continue reading “Barcodes vs. RFID” »