If you have homeowners insurance or renter insurance, the first thing your agent tells you is that you need a list (with pictures) of all your assets and then take it offsite.
The list is proof if they are stolen. Keep it offsite in case of fire or another disaster.
The iL Verify App (ilverify.com) for your Android or Iphone is free for personal use and can save you in times of trouble. The App is designed to track your assets and a bunch more including GPS if you want it. Get out the video below.
Learn how to protect your personal assets at ilverify.com or download ilverify from your app store on your phone or tablet.
Protect your home or personal assets for free before a disaster occurs.
All RFID tags are not created equal. Most people realize RFID tags operate on different frequencies. Low frequency, you have to touch to scan it. High frequency, can be scanned from 50 feet away. But there is another important aspect that effects performance, METAL.
RFID tags can be very inexpensive and look like a common sticker you place on a book. But if you want to track and more over be able to scan effectively when stuck to a metal object then you need to make sure you have purchased an ON METAL tag like the iLiD NFC on Metal tag from Instrument Life.
The iLiD tag seen in the picture comes with a strong 3M adhesive backing. What makes it unique is its flexible makeup. Born in the music industry for tracking the movement of equipment, iLiD can bend to be placed on Metal musical equipment like a saxophone.
To learn how to use iLiD NFC and UHF frequency tags on your equipment visit instrumentlife.com.
Schools lose an average of $10,000 dollars in band equipment each year. To take control of the inventory problem, school band directors are using products like iLiD from Instrument Life.
A Band Director can create a free account on instrumentlife.com for their first 500 items. The band director then places iLiD tags on all equipment like seen in the above picture. These tags can be scanned with a smartphone logging the GPS location of the equipment and who has it.
Finally, Band Directors have an affordable simple to learn and use tool to take control of band equipment inventory.