KST Awarded AFB RFID Contract in Kirtland, New Mexico
Updated: Apr 9
Ka’ala Systems Technology “KST” Corp. Awarded Air Force Radio Frequency Identification – Asset Tracking and Management Solution contract in support of 150th Special Operations Wing Sep 2018 Kirtland AFB New Mexico
KST is providing the 150th Special Operations Wing with a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) based asset tracking system to increase the ability to identify, locate and track assets through facilities. Utilizing a RFID based system will help ensure timely maintenance, increase inventory accuracy, and reduce man hours for manual inventory. The total number of assets for initial implementation is approximately 10,000 items.
Be locally hosted and client/server-based
Provide administrators with a thick client and web-based interface.
Be capable of leveraging a virtual infrastructure which the 150th SOW currently has.
Leverage the Local Area Network (LAN) for server and application administration. Use ports and protocols deemed approved for use on DoD networks.
Be able to track and manage up to 50,000 assets per campus (including outlying buildings and remote sites)
Be scalable to allow for future centralized tracking of assets up to 1.5 million assets
Have alert options that display and/or send alerts
Have a database that can be populated with from an export from the local asset repository (i.e. property book.)
Be capable of providing zone tracking, such as when tags pass a system-defined boundary or through an ingress/egress point.
Have multiple alert options if a tag passes through these areas
Provide additional asset intelligence such as asset operational status, in use/not in use etc. that supports the effective utilization of assets