Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant: Tool & Instrument Tracking
Located in Lusby Maryland along the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Exelon’s Calvert Cliffs Nuclear
Power Plant services nearly 1,000,000 homes in its local region and its two nuclear reactors
produce 1,756 megawatts of zero-emissions energy. Nuclear power plants, by their very nature, require near perfect levels of quality assurance, productivity and security and Calvert Cliffs was no exception. The plant needed a new tracking enterprise for its technical instruments used by its employees for maintenance work.
We installed an RFID system along with our RMS platform to track nearly 3,000 tools and instruments for over 100 employees at the plant. Our system, still in use today, auto calculates certificate dates, and automatically assigns tools to workers resulting in accurate and efficient quality assurance and productivity procedures for the power plant.
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District of Columbia Office of Contracting and Procurement (DC-OCP): Integrated Records Management
The larger the organization, the more important records management becomes. When DC-OCP needed a new records management process and system, we knew we were up for the challenge. DC-OCP manages the purchase of $5.6 billion in goods, services and construction annually, on behalf of over 76 District agencies.
To begin the new integration, we engaged in a large-scale data migration. We verified data and
seamlessly transferred DC-OCP’s record history from its existing applications to ours. Then, we
updated their records management system by integrating fixed and handheld RIFD readers, easily
upgrading the functionality of its entire records management system. Now DC-OCP locates, tracks,
generates reports and processes records with ease.
The World Bank Group Visitor Center: Loss Prevention
Loss prevention has been a staple of the RFID industry for decades, notably at retail stores such as Target and Wal-Mart, however loss prevention technology is well suited for a myriad of applications and locations.
We used RFID loss pretention technology at The World Bank Group’s Visitor Center in Washington D.C. Visitors are given mobile devices to borrow for the duration of their time at the Visitor’s Center. These devices are embedded with RFID tags which are tracked via our software, so visitors do not unintentionally or intentionally leave with them. We also built a custom visitor prompt that alerts visitors to return borrowed mobile devices to the front desk upon departure from the Visitor’s Center. This system can effectively determine what is in someone’s hands and will ring an appropriate response.