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in RFID Video on Sep 19, 2016
RFID tags can be applied to different kinds of areas, such as school, supermarket, Commercial Street, hospital and so on.
in RFID Journal on Sep 15, 2016
When Wrigley's chewing gum started using weird parallel lines on the packages of their products which could be scanned and confirm the product's unique identity back in 1974, it opened new gates for retail markets in terms of product identification.
in RFID Journal on Sep 14, 2016
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is one of the emerging technologies that has been a part of various industries. It uses electromagnetic fields attached to any tags to identify and track objects. There has been a significant growth noticed in RFID applications in healthcare/medical industry which has its emphasis on patient’s safety.
in RFID Tutorials on Sep 13, 2016
Nowadays, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags are widely used for stock control and management. But with rising competition among hospitality industry various plush hotels and luxury resorts around the world are seeking ground-breaking ways to enhance their door locking and other security systems.
in RFID Basics on Sep 12, 2016
Temperature-sensitive labels are the adhesive tags that display different colors that change at preset temperatures. In recent years, the manufacturers of these labels are making this as an aid to examine the temperature of transported and stored blood components.
in RFID News on Sep 09, 2016
The US Aviation industry witnesses millions of commuters every day who prefer the fast and comfortable airlines to travel to various states and other parts of the world. This creates huge responsibilities on management and handling of traffic on airports.
in RFID News on Sep 08, 2016
Radio Frequency-Identification technology (RFID) has been gaining a lot of popularity lately. The RFID tag can be pinned to a variety of products as well as equipments which can recognize and track the product by the means of radio waves.
in RFID Journal on Sep 07, 2016
In a library, there is enough knowledge compiled on papers for the entire world to take benefit from it. But, unfortunately, not everyone realizes the power of books and the knowledge they have. Modern libraries have thousands of books resting on numerous shelves.
in RFID News on Sep 06, 2016
RFID or Radio Frequency Identification has been in existence for years but in the recent time, RFID technology has been finding diverse applications in different verticals. The information in the RFID tag can be read easily from a long distance.
in RFID Tutorials on Sep 05, 2016
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is an extremely useful technology that has extensive applications in various sectors. Airline catering uses RFID that allows food processes to be optimized.
in RFID News on Sep 02, 2016
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a type of routine identification system. The function of an RFID system is to allow data to be transferred by a transportable device, called a tag, which is analyzed by an RFID reader and executed as per the needs of an exacting application.
in RFID Journal on Sep 01, 2016
RFID – radio frequency identification – completed its 60 years of use. Nowadays, consumers use this technology in several forms. For instance, in the form of identity cards they are used by employees to attain access to their respective departments and they are also used as payment cards that don’t need to be swiped through a machine.