Site Survey and 
Solution Deployment

Effective, Efficient Deployment of Your Solution

Venture Research has the experience and expertise to not only design and develop innovative solutions, but also to deploy them for production use anywhere in the world. Venture Research has performed over 1,000 installations in 28 countries on 6 continents. By using our proven methodology of requirements gathering, detailed design, development, lab pilot, site pilot, extended pilot and then full deployment we can ensure success in even the largest deployments. We can then rapidly deploy that solution, at one location or at hundreds. Solution deployment services include:

  • Site Surveys to ensure proper electrical, facilities and RF considerations are planned
  • Kitting and packaging, to ensure rapid installation on your site
  • Pilot test support, to fine tune your solution
  • Extended Pilot to move the pilot to more diverse locations
  • Full deployment
  • Training of your staff or facilities personnel, to ensure that your experts are fully informed
  • Equipment qualification, staging, packaging and shipping
  • Connection of the solution to Venture Research proactive support services for continuous remote monitoring 
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Venture Research Solution Deployment services can be customized to your specific needs. Please contact us to craft a plan to efficiently and effectively deploy your solutions.

Outdoor Asset Tracking Devices in use for waste

management application across North America
According to Navigant Research, the global smart waste collection technology market is expected to grow from $57.6 million in 2016 to more than $223.6 million in 2025. For the last seven years, Venture Research has supplied intelligent, autonomous readers and sensors with Cloud computing that has been used by tier 1 logistics customer worldwide for data collection to help manage containers and smart waste collection.
Cloud computing is pushing the “clunky” technology of old off to the wayside and providing more space to hold more information but take up less room. Previous RFID scanners used in the past by waste management haulers were unreliable, didn’t communicate well and were expensive. With Venture Research’s Outdoor Asset Tracking Reader and RFID tagging on containers, machine-to-machine communication allows for a more reliable set of data, according to John Baker.