Brady wrote a custom Windows 10 touch screen software app for the customer’s
tablets to enable relevant chip reading with RFID pens. The customer can easily set
up a user or admin, and provide them with the tablet and pen to perform a server
intervention, all while safeguarding identification data security on other servers in the
same rack or data centre room.
Brady also provided a print & program solution to easily create additional labels
in the data centre, or to rewrite any label chips in the event of physical server
relocations. Label chip rewrites require an administrator user access, the tablet, and
the pen, and they are limited to predefined data sets needed to facilitate physical
Results: Double layered, secured flexible rack identification
Intervention efficiency and security in the customer’s data centres has been optimised with on-metal RFID NFC labels. Labels
can easily be printed and programmed at the data centre, or reprogrammed when physical servers need relocation. Each label
offers a human readable code, and a secured and layered NFC signal that can be read with preprogrammed tablets and RFID
pens, which can be linked to a user or admin profile.