Simplify Your Supply Chain: A Guide to RFID Technology
RFID uses radio waves sent via an RFID antenna to RFID tags in the surrounding area. RFID readers amplify energy, modulate it with data, and send the energy at a certain frequency out to an RFID antenna cable to the connected RFID antenna.
Although each RFID system may differ depending on the use of a passive or active tag, the required equipment remains the same: a tag, an antenna, a scanner/reader, and Asset Management Software – eP360.
Benefits of using RFID to track assets:
- Efficiency – automates inventory tracking and other processes, reducing manual labor and improving efficiency.
- Accuracy – provides more accurate inventory tracking and asset management than traditional methods.
- Security – provides secure access control and track assets in real-time, reducing the risk of theft or loss.
- Cost-Savings – reduces labor costs and improve inventory management, leading to cost savings over time.
- Real-Time Data – provides real-time data on inventory levels, asset locations, and other important information, enabling businesses to make informed decisions quickly.
The process of implementing an RFID system extends beyond simply obtaining a reader and attaching a tag to the item you intend to track. RTI specializes in creating tailor-made solutions that are customized to meet the specific requirements of your application. Our comprehensive approach involves considering a wide range of factors including the type of RFID tags, readers, antennas, and printers, all supported by our cutting-edge eP360 asset management software.
By evaluating all these elements, we can suggest the most effective combination for your unique application. Our experienced team at RTI can help you design and configure an ideal RFID solution system that will enhance the efficiency of your supply chain.