Warehouse & Logistics



RTLS Warehouse & Logistics gestione mezzi di movimentazione

Poor management of handling equipment due to a lack of information on position, status (vacant or occupied), need for maintenance and battery charge level

RTLS Warehouse & Logistics gestione contenitori

Poor management of support structures and containers both inside the warehouse and in vehicle loading/unloading operations

RTLS Warehouse & Logistics sicurezza sul lavoro

Poor management of workplace safety regarding observation of speed limits for forklifts, proactive prevention of collisions between forklifts and between forklifts and pedestrians, and ensuring that only authorised personnel use the equipment

RTLS Warehouse & Logistics operazioni di magazzino

Management of warehouse operations that are not integrated in real time with operations in exterior areas (vehicles entering/exiting, tractors and trailers in holding areas and in loading/unloading docks, tractors and trailers performing loading/unloading), with manufacturing operations supplying production lines and handling the reception and storage of goods and related sorting) and the management system for the warehouse itself

RTLS Warehouse & Logistics requisiti operativi magazzino - Ubiquicom

Difficulties in ensuring full compliance with certain operational requirements like humidity, temperature and cold chain compliance throughout the supply chain

RTLS Warehouse & Logistics layout magazzino - Ubiquicom

Difficulties in detecting critical issues in warehouse layouts and work organisation given a lack of constant visibility and detailed data on congestion, collisions avoided, wait times and operation times


RTLS Warehouse & Logistics ubicazione merci - Ubiquicom

Difficulties in managing storage locations in areas without shelving (loose, heavy/bulky, containerised and stacked products/materials), with consequent inefficiencies in locating goods and managing supplies and inventories


Systems to locate and track people and assets (RTLS) are revolutionising warehouse management, since they contribute significantly to resolving the main critical issues.

Taking advantage of the potential of cloud computing and the ‘Internet of Things’ combined with technologies like RFID, WiFi, BLE and UWB, the Ubiquicom Logistics Locator Suite, when integrated with the Warehouse Management system, allows a company to take the optimal path towards digitising the warehouse and making goods and operations trackable, with all the attendant advantages in terms of visibility, control, efficiency and cost containment.



Setting up handling equipment and personnel with Ubiquicom’s ‘smart tags’ makes it possible to:

  • provide a communications channel in real time between people, machinery and the management system, completely reducing the time needed for communications and updates
  • collect real-time data in the field, thereby enabling the central orchestration of all operations in various locations, and the management of preventive maintenance of equipment
  • send alerts, notices, reports and alarms to those working on foot or in vehicles as needed
  • provide a complete summary snapshot at any time of the precise locations and status of all equipment, loading units and workers in the entire area