Usually the answer is yes. MapYourTag was built to be extremely flexible, so it fits
different needs in physical asset tracking. Rather than exhaustively summing up all
features and applications, we would encourage you to play around with a free account to see
can make the system do what you need.
The site is free to try out and you are welcome to keep using the free service for private
non-commercial use. If you are using the free version then advertisements are displayed and
has a few limitations. Details can be found in our pricing.
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Yes. Cancellations can happen anytime, there are no hidden fees or fines. If you have subscribe to one of our plan, you can cancel your subscription from your account or your paypal account.
Sign up for a free account. No credit card required. No contracts. Cancel anytime. From your account you can print out QR code on label that you can assign to your asset. You can do the same with NFC tag. Within your account you are able to create assets and get tags for them. You can also simply print a bunch of QR code tags from your account or purchase NFC tags that you put on your assets, and then assign those tags to your assets using your smartphone thanks to the MapYourTag app.
- Using QR code tag
Login to your account and print QR code on a lablel. Stick the label on your physical asset and flash it with the mobile app. From the MapYourTag app you can assign the QR code to an existing asset from your data base or create a new asset. You'll be able to assign this asset to a group which you can customize attributes related to properties and status of the asset.
- Using NFC tag*
You can use any NFC tag you find on the market. Put this tag on your physical asset and flash it with the mobile app. From the MapYourTag app you can assign the tag to an existing asset from your data base or create a new asset. You'll be able to assign this asset to a group which you can customize attributes related to properties and status of the asset.
- Using NFC tag with printed QR code
Take the advantage of using both the technologies. You can do same as above and no matter you want to flash or tap the tag, you'll be able to read the tag.
You can track assets such as equipment, tools, cars, computers, mobile phone, cars, etc. They have a long life and are not consumable like paper or office stationery.
From your account you can save QR code image to your computer. Then you can use your favorite word processor software to edit labels and print them out. Or you can send those images to the company that supplies you with labels.
You can purchase NFC tags from any supplier. Once you get your tags you can assign them to your assets thanks to the MapYourTag mobile app. You can also do bulk assignation by uising the export/import function.
No. MapYourTag geolocates your asset each time you read the attached tag with your mobile phone. It is your phone with GPS enabled that helps to pinpoint your asset on a map.
You can use your tag as long as you use the MapYourTag app. The QR code tag can last for ever because you can print it again anytime. The NFC tag can last almost for ever. NFC tags are passive, meaning they don't have any power source. Instead, they literally draw power from the device that reads them, thanks to magnetic induction.
Your asset label size and material will be determined by the size, type and use of your
Smaller assets like phone may need compact labels where as a power drill used in
need larger, robust and weather resistant label. For QR code label the minimum size is 1x1
there is no theorical maximum size. You can get smaller tag than 1 inch wide by using
Yes. You can have water, scratch and UV resistant tags for outdoor use (both for NFC and QR code). You can even engrave QR code into metal.
No. There is no limit on custom attributes, you can use as many as needed.