RFID makes receiving in distribution hubs more efficient. There’s no need to open boxes of products to count them. Simply pass the sealed box through a tunnel reader, or other RFID read point, and the items are checked within seconds.
Both on the sales floor and in the stockroom, RFID gives better control and more visibility of inventory. It streamlines replenishing sold, misplaced or stolen items.
Cycle counting (inventory control) can take days and substantive manpower using barcode technology, but RFID simplifies and shortens the process to a matter of hours. This allows more frequent cycle counting with RFID technology, which again adds to the inventory accuracy.
The same tags can also be used, in combination with electronic article surveillance (EAS) gates for theft deterrence. As RFID tags uniquely identify each product, EAS-RFID systems provide inventory updates, so shops and warehouses can quickly replenish missing or stolen items.
RFID allows for connectivity over open water ways via satellites. Modems can provide real-time monitoring of fishing vessels, buoys, monitoring stations, containers and other remote objects. This allows you to track and monitor ocean-going vessels and containers anywhere in the world, with automated position reporting.
RFID technology makes it easier to manage remote assets, wherever they are. RFID modems enable real-time monitoring of remote pipelines, tanks, well heads, compressors, valves and other remote equipment. Retrieve data automatically from critical remote assets. Simplify data acquisition and alarm reporting.
Connectivity no matter where or when. RFID modems provide the ability to track and monitor assets anywhere in the world. Real-time monitoring and client-centric software solutions for fleet enterprise management simplify operations and reduce staffing requirements. Track, monitor and control fleet vehicle telematics.
RFID modems meet the demanding requirements found in the heavy equipment & mining industries. They provide machinery with complete global wireless coverage. Product capabilities include multiple engine interfaces and adhere to stringent industry standards. Track, monitor and manage, trucks, heavy equipment, and containers. Improve daily operations and reduce costs.
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) is the use of radio waves to read and capture information stored on a tag attached to an object. A tag can be read from up to several feet away and does not need to be within direct line-of-sight of the reader to be tracked.
It is an extremely valuable and useful technology: it has the ability to replace existing identification technology like the bar code, tracking more efficiently, more quickly, and can provide real-time-in-transit visibility.
RFID ski passes give convenience to customers by reducing wait lines. Also, they can load money onto the RFID card, and use it to make purchases at retail stations. RFID can also tag skiers on locations at the resort, which can link to social media for an overview of the days' activities.
RFID solutions are an emerging trend giving those hospitals that use it a competitive advantage. Representatives from hospitals and the healthcare industry illustrated how they have used the technology to adopt leaner supply chain practices associated with manufacturing to pare down costs and improve safety.
Weapons tracking and security are among the highest responsibilities for law enforcement, security or defense organizations. It is also one of the most time-consuming, manual, and error-prone processes.
Our Partner, Quake Global, has developed an RFID weapons tracking solution that automates all stages of weapons location and chain of custody management. It is an easy and accurate way to ensure audit capability and readiness for ongoing ATF, DOD and CALEA compliance demands. EasyArms automates receipt and issue processes for bulk or individual weapons.
Quake Global’s EasyArms™ solution is custom-configurable to your individual requirements which may include some of the following components: