Vote for this product, from June 1st until August 23rd 2021 (see category E, company Trackunit)
Hardly any workplace is more open than a construction site. Often located directly at the site, valuable equipment and tools are often stored outside. This makes theft very easy: one third of the annual tool purchases by construction companies can be traced back to theft.
To prevent this, Trackunit has launched "Kin", a Bluetooth tag. The small black box can be attached to non-powered assets and enables seamless location tracking via Bluetooth. Not only can theft be prevented, but storing equipment becomes easier because important equipment can be located and found directly.
In addition, equipment utilization can be evaluated with reliable data. Kin allows location tracking of any asset, regardless of manufacturer. The compact and robust Bluetooth tag can be easily attached to assets and is set up in less than a minute via a dedicated app.