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in RFID Journal on Jun 12, 2018
We have been talking about the various applications and development of RFID tags, but we may never have thought that this RFID tag needs to be powered? In practical use
Passive electronic tags, that is, passive radio frequency tags use frequency hopping mode, have anti-jamming capability, users can customize reading and writing standard data, in a special application system more efficient
in RFID Journal on Jun 08, 2018
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) ist eine berührungslose automatische Identifikationstechnologie, die automatische Identifikationstechnologie
in RFID Tutorials on Jun 05, 2018
IoT World 2018 in Santa Clara united thousands of organizations and attendees, hundreds of speakers and exhibitors and dozens of IoT startups.
in RFID Basics, RFID Tutorials on May 30, 2018
RFID technology performs better and is more efficient in inventory management than printed bar codes. RFID tags can be read at a distance of up to several meters, while, bar codes need line of sight to scan items. Unlike bar codes which can be easily damaged, RFID tags are also durable since they can withstand exposure to heat, moisture, dirt and contaminants.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 28, 2018
RFID is an acronym for “radio-frequency identification” and refers to a technology whereby digital data encoded in RFID tags or smart labels (defined below) are captured by a reader via radio waves.
in RFID News on May 23, 2018
There are basically two varieties of RFID tags which can be attached to property or evidence items. One type is a passive tag. The other is an active tag.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 22, 2018
The global population is set to touch 9.6 billion by 2050. So, to feed this much population, the farming industry must embrace IoT. Against the challenges such as extreme weather conditions and rising climate change, and environmental impact resulting from intensive farming practices, the demand for more food has to be met.
in RFID Journal on May 16, 2018
For those of you that don’t know, the Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us. You are probably using it and not realizing it. It’s been around quite a while but over the last couple years, it has really grown to become something we can’t live without.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 15, 2018
In 2018, many professionals still have to spend a great deal of time on collecting data. For every hour spent on data collection, professionals have less capacity to extract insights. In the finance department, this data collection vs. analysis problem is particularly acute since finance must work under tight deadlines.
in RFID News on May 11, 2018
RFID blocking wallets, sleeves, and other products offer protection against RFID skimming. The problem isn't that these products don't work, it's that they're a solution to a problem that doesn't exist in the real world. RFID-related crime isn't only very unlikely, it's non-existent.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 09, 2018
Business intelligence (BI) leverages software and services to transform data into actionable intelligence that informs an organization’s strategic and tactical business decisions. BI tools access and analyze data sets and present analytical findings in reports, summaries, dashboards, graphs, charts and maps to provide users with detailed intelligence about the state of the business.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 04, 2018
Radio frequency identification, or RFID, is a new tracking technology that involves small tags that emit distinct signals. Retail business owners can use remote scanners to read RFID tags placed on individual products, enabling them to record a variety of information, including quantities of various stock items and their precise locations.
in RFID News, RFID Tutorials on May 02, 2018
The system can not only issue alerts to management if an exception occurs (such as a knife not being removed within the expected span of time), but also create an historical record of how much a knife is used, for how long and by which employee.