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We provide logistics solutions to digitalize logistics processes to monitor the goods and materials in real-time, from logistics design through system integration and hardware delivery to the maintenance of the implemented system.

Mobile Data Collector (MDC)

Data collector application software platform developed by Antra ID brings an „easy-to-customize” data collector system that can process, edit, and transmit data captured from different Auto-ID sources.

MDC supports system integration and digitalization of multiple inventories, material handling (a receipt of goods, goods-in, delivery…), and production processes, which enables the system to realize different Process Controls and Management.

The „easy-to-customize” data collector system can process, edit, and transmit data captured from different sources. As far as its o, the operation is concerned, the MDC capturing can capture barcode and RFID „batcha” based data without a Wi-Fi connection. Thus, it can efficiently operate in areas without proper Wi-Fi coverage.

Customer optimization and scalability first

With its fully scalable feature easy to implement into ERP systems (SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics etc.). Close to production and warehouse inventory and process management enhancement by programmed MDC module implemented directly to ERP system. This saves money and time since reprogramming or implementing new additional ERP modules puts an extra burden on companies.

MDC is the best solution, even for small and medium businesses that do not run ERP systems. MDC can be implemented and used as a stand-alone solution for inventory and process control.

Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS)

Real-Time Location Systems help to automatically identify, detect and monitor different moving objects in well-defined zones. Various real-time location technologies are available on the market, and the given task defines which technology should be used for the project. 

The selected RTLS technology depends on three main parameters, as follows:

  1. The features of the moving object which should be monitored frequently (attributes of the object, quantity, size, etc.).
  2. The environmental conditions of the area covered by RTLS technology (area size, the material on the site, in-house vs. outdoor, etc.).
  3. Project requirements (localization accuracy and frequency needed, energy supply, etc.).

Ultra-Wideband (UWB)

UWB technology is a real-time location system that automatically identifies and detects different moving objects in a well-defined zone. The system can also support a personnel safety system using UWB tags attached to the employees.

The system is like an in-house GPS from an operational point of view. Each object (vehicles, devices, workers…) must be equipped with a UWB tag which emits its unique ID within a defined time frame. The fix anchors then receive these signs. All the information is collected in the server of the system, where data is evaluated by a triangulation method; therefore, the object’s location can be detected.

The data collected by the UWB system, together with the area layout, can be visualized on a computer, supporting more effective decision-making.


Barcode technology is a simple, universal, and lower-cost method of recording and providing digital data for other applications. It gives greater efficiency, safety, speed, and reliability along the supply chain and enhances profitability.

Barcodes are usually printed on the boxes of the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) or on labels which are then stuck onto the items to be identified. There are more and more applications where the barcodes are applied directly to products (DPM – Direct Product Marking).

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

RFID technology tracks, tracks, and monitors different moving objects. RFID technology transfers the information (which is typically a unique ID of objects, equipment, and living beings) wireless and automatically via radio frequency (RF).

In some cases, applying RFID technology can enable a more productive operation than with barcode-based systems since, for RFID, there is no need for a direct visual relation. In a given time, it produces higher data throughput than barcode technology.

Automated Guided Vehicles

AGVs enable the transport of different parts and goods, which support automated transport processes within a company. This helps reduce human resources and provides plenty of process optimization opportunities.

AGVs equipped with freely programmable navigation have become more popular. AGVs with laser sensors are such examples that enable a much more flexible and complex system application. With the embedded safety sensors, they can transport among humans and other vehicles and are also able to cooperate with them. AGVs with so-called SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) navigation technology are usually called AMRs (Autonomous Mobile Robots).

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