Radio-frequency identification

Across the Globe, there are various companies using data management applications to make quick decisions, keep inventories, provide quality, and maintain accuracy. To have this competitive edge and to stay ahead in today's business world every organization has to equip itself with new technologies and processes.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is one such technology, a next-generation the tool of Auto Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) technology which helps an organization to automate business processes. This automation can provide accurate and timely information without any human intervention to the data management systems. Access to such information where one can individually identify each one of the tagged items uniquely can help in improving processes and also take an informed decision.

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Features of RFID
  • Able to Read and Write data without direct contact

  • Can simultaneously access information of multiple RF tags

  • Reading and writing is possible without a line of sight, using electric and electromagnetic wave transmission

  •  By "combining an item with its information", a highly pliable and reliable system configuration becomes possible 

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Functions of RFID

Functions of a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system include internal control of fixed assets, internal control of expensed assets, and theft prevention. The RFID system involves a tag and a reader. When scanned, the antenna within the tag picks up the radio wave and sends a response back to the reader

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Benefits of RFID
  • Increase asset visibility. Imagine being able to immediately locate everything you've ever misplaced or lost.

  • Improve employee productivity. As mentioned, RFID technology does not require employees to be within the line of sight of an item or asset to locate it. 

  • Mitigate risk, theft, and loss.