We offer Ultra High Frequency RFID cart management and waste container tracking in our two-wheeled carts to help assist in management and recovery of the cart fleet. At the time of manufacturing, we install a RFID tracker in the handle of our garbage bins.

Features of utilizing RFID tracking in two-wheeled waste containers:

  • Reduce manual data entry.
  • Provide proof of container service.
  • Facilitate daily route audits.
  • Update database of billable accounts
  • Track assets
  • Monitor collection day activity.

Our RFID tags are secured inside the container handle at the time of manufacture, making them tamper and weather resistant.

The RFID value is cross-referenced to the container serial number for proper tracking.

RFID tags provide service verification for container once a reader is installed into the truck hopper.

Added software is needed for this functionality.

RFID Tag Specs:

Air Interface Protocol: EPCglobal UHF Class 1 Gen 2 (ISO 18000-6C)

Operating Frequency: Global (840-960 MHz)

IC Type: Alien Higgs-3

Memory: EPC 96 bits, User 512 bits, TID 64 bits

EPC Memory Content: Unique, randomized number

Max Read Distance: > 4.57 m (15 ft)

ARC Approved Categories: A, B, D, F, G, I, K, M, Q

Operating Temperature: -40° to +70°C (-40° to +158°F)

Barcodes are utilized to maintain asset integrity.

Typical industry hot stamps can be tampered with or weathered over time.

Otto employs heat-fused technology to literally heat sink barcode labels and serial numbers to the container, creating a tamper-resistant barcode tracking system on every asset.