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RFID & Its Application






The increasing trends in technology have been proved as a pure boon to the society and have never failed to surprise us! With its each upgradation, technology have always improvised in terms of increasing speed of communication and reducing the time for tasks accomplishment. One such technology is RFID that have added an additional benefit to various industries in terms of boosting the business processes. Let us first have a look at what RFID is!

RFID is an abbreviation of Radio Frequency Identification. It uses the radio waves to read and capture information stored on a tag which is further attached to an object.  This particular tag can be read/captured from several feet of distanceand does not always need to be within direct line-of-sight with the reader.

How does RFID works?

A RFID framework is comprised of two principle parts i.e.a tag and a reader. The tag of RFID is implanted with a transmitter and a receiver. These segments on the tag involves two significant parts: a microchip which stores data, and an antenna that receives and transmits a signal. Whereas a reader can be portable device (for example: mobile) with the goal that they can be carried by hand, or they can be attached on a post or overhead. Reader frameworks can likewise be incorporated with the design of an office, chamber, or building (structure).

 

Application of RFID:

  1. Item (Product) Tracking – RFID labels areeffectivelyutilized as a low-cost method to track inventory and as a substitute for standardizedtechnology. For example, book shops such as Barnes and Noble use RFID to distinguish books to be taken out from racks andreimbursed to publishing houses.
  2. Transportation –Large shipments of materials, for example, retail products, frequently use RFID tags to recognize area, matters, and movement of goods. Wal-Mart is probably one of the biggest buyer of this RFID technologyfor easy tracking of product in shipment.
  3. Toll-Road Payments –Highway toll payment frameworks, such asETC Tag in the India, utilizes RFID technology to automaticallygather payment from passing vehicles. Rather than halting at the tollgate, vehicles can directly pass through the ETC Tag Lane and the cost is automatically deducted from a pre-paid card.
  4. Passport – Several countries, including Japan, Norway, the United States, and Spain merge RFID tags into passports in order to store data, (such as a photo) of the identification holder and also to trackvisitors entering and leaving the country.
  5. Libraries –Libraries specifically uses RFID tags in books and different materials in order to track stock, distribution, store item data, (such astitles and writers), and to offer security from shoplifting. Since RFID tags can be scanned without actuallytouching the product, inspection of books, tedious job ofrack inventory, can be done rapidly and effectively utilizing RFID technology.
  6. Identification – RFID chips can be embedded into animals (animal inventory) and on individuals to track their movements, offer access to protected locations, or help discover lost pets.

We hope you found this blog helpful! Feel free to contact us in order to get RFID technology implemented in your business.