Working for any kind of production company requires a lot of expensive equipment. Whenever you're at a photo, film or video shoot, it's always important to make sure you have everything with you. Any thing from light stands, sandbags, bulbs, cameras, soft boxes, and a long list of other things, it's almost impossible not to forget to keep track of everything on the way in or out. I can't tell you how many time's I've had to go back to look for something I left on location or had to loop back to the office to grab a bag I forgot. My team and I travel quite a bit, and we needed something that could attach to our gear and make sure we always had what we needed when we needed it.
Thanks to XY3, I can have security knowing that even if I leave something behind, I can see where we left it and quickly recover it. Their last known location features help us find that one rogue LED panel in no time, and with the KeepNear notifications, I can be notified if I walk out of range of any item I've marked as important. You wouldn't believe how much time this has saved me, and between the security and the time saved, I'd say that the XY3 really is a life-saver. You can say with the XY3 bluetooth trackers, the XY Find It app and my smart phone, I've really been able to keep a grip on things!
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XY3 finder beacons can help keep track of musical instruments while leaving home or a gig. When breaking down your equipment and packing it all into the vehicles, the KeepNear feature can help you ensure that the instruments and gear is leaving the venue when you do. See how a band in Seattle tracks their gear.
XY3 tracks all kinds of things. It's up to the user's imagination on they types of things that can be tracked and found by these BlueTooth tracking devices. Read more how a woman in Chesapeake, VA uses one of her XY3 beacons to track Roo, her flighty little Roomba.
In a busy downtown area where parking is a premium, an XY3 beacon that resides in a car helps an XY Find It user find his parked car after a long day of work using the last location map.