In the construction industry, an orderly overview and well-functioning administration of the many individual trades, materials, construction machinery, timings and uses on a variety of construction sites is particularly important. This high degree of organisation can be ensured by means of modern IT and barcodes in the construction industry, especially on construction sites. Within the context of larger construction sites, this a feat that challenges site managers – and all those with relevant responsibilities.
Another major challenge for the construction industry is the correct time recording of the hours worked by each employee
In this context, barcodes are particularly suitable. Simply read the barcode printed on the company ID card with a barcode scanner and the employee is automatically recorded in the system. Employees can register upon arrival on the construction site and log out using the barcode.
What works with the individual employees in the construction industry on construction sites can naturally also be applied to vehicle fleets and construction machinery in the construction industry. Today, using suitable printing processes, it is possible to produce highly resistant labels for different application needs. Labels that adhere to rough surfaces, are safe from manipulation and are suitable for all wind and weather conditions. Labels can be installed easily on e.g. machinery, diggers, wheel loaders, telehoist load luggers and lifting platforms. The barcodes and reading devices are used to register the construction machinery on arrival and register it in real-time with the company’s central fleet management.