DOD Equipment Tracking System Adds 2D Label To The Total Track System

Press release from the issuing company

Redmond, Washington - Dynamic Systems, Inc, a leader in Barcode Tracking Systems for Government Agencies has announced the release of the 2 Dimensional (2D) Dot label for The Total Track ™ System.

About Property and Equipment Tracking
For the past 10 years the DOD has a requirement to tag government property (GFP) with a unique identification number (UID) that is serialized. The 2 D label will enhance the tracking of all government  assets.

The system also alerts  when preventative maintenance is due on all equipment, tools and vehicles. The software also includes an inventory function that will track consumable supplies and keep minimum and maximum levels and tell you when items are due for purchase.

Release of The 2 D Dot labeling System
Dynamics systems offers a variety of barcode labels formats including preprinted polyester labels with adhesive backing, metal tags, custom labels, and now The 2 Dimensional Label.

The introduction of 2 D labels allows users to track items where the typical barcode label won’t adhere. Examples are where the surface of the tool being tracked is not flat or smooth. The 2 D label allows tools and equipment that are stored under harsh conditions of high and low temperatures and has a small foot print to be tracked more effectively.

About Dynamic Systems
Dynamic Systems has been a national leader in Barcode Tracking Solutions to the government since 1981. The software provides flexible, complete and configurable programs for Tool and equipment tracking, document tracking,  stockroom, and fixed asset management. Barcode Data Collection has been proven to be the most accurate and efficient method of tracking and counting items.

“I’m impressed with potential of the 2 D label and the simplicity and adaptability of your  Total Track ™ System. It’s affordable for most agencies, even those with just a hand full of employees,” stated Bill Allen, Process Control Consultant.


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