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Here, we will provide you more about the technology and application about RFID Cards, RFID Tags and RFID Wristbands. You will learn about more about the chip, size, shape,workmanship, working temperature and application, etc. Of course, you also know clearly how to use them in our reality lives. Thus, if you want see different world in RFID Area, please click here. 


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A comprehensive set of development and researches have been performed in the field of RFID tags and their technologies in the business. When it comes to RFID’s use in business trade, the RFID stickers help to track the sales of specific goods in the complete production, storage and product delivery cycle.

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As you know technology has been created for some purpose and need. RFID has also been created to heighten the practice of organizers, ticket holders and entertainers alike. RFID Is basically an acronym for radio frequency identification which is the most effective way to capture, store and retrieve data by using specific devices known as RFID tags.

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Ever since RFID technology was used commercially, it has become a big hit among all business houses to deploy RFID tags for safeguarding their property. From retail stores to the army, RFID tags are being used everywhere to track location of products, humans and even animals. 

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a very useful and innovative labeling and product tracking technology which is finds its application in many organizations.

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In industries that deal with large scale production of their products, the number one priority is efficient tracking of their inventory with all the necessary information. Barcodes were that revolutionary technology, with whose introduction in 1974, the way business was done in general completely changed.

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In a common RFID system, tags are attached to the products that are to be detected. These tags are built using a chip or integrated circuit which is connected to an antenna and this system is then fixed to different types of tags such as labels, security tags or apparel hand tags.

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The system, provided by ASD Healthcare, was piloted for 18 months, and now will include approximately 1,000 coolers at distribution sites, hospitals and drug stores.

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The solution provider hopes to improve tampering detection and tracking for packages by using Near Field Communication technology.


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Alberta company GrowSafe is pairing RFID identification with sensor data at feed and drink troughs, in order to identify and analyze the health and behavior of cattle and other livestock from birth to slaughter.

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Smart Industries has released a UHF RFID-enabled version of its Ticket Time skill crane game, known as Ticket Smarts, that automatically links a player with the rolls of tickets he or she earns so that the winnings can be redeemed.

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ANWR Group is attaching an RFID tag to each shoe in every pair, as well as to the box in which footwear is sold, to learn how EPC UHF RFID tags can improve inventory tracking, theft reduction and sales transactions.

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The Swiss rail company is deploying a passive UHF system from Vilant to track the movements of thousands of freight cars as they arrive at and leave rail stations and shunting yards.

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This past summer, Ottawa's Ultimate Fighting Championship Fan Village found that participants using NFC-enabled technology from XOLUTION had higher game participation rates, and also shared event-based information via social networks about 5,000 times.

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WEPA is using technology from Vilant Systems, as well as RFID-enabled cardboard reel cores, to identify each jumbo reel of paper used to make toilet paper, paper towels and other products.

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