Did you know that how you attach your RFID tags to different surfaces affect their efficacy? Well, an improperly attached tag may fail to capture the reader’s signals in time, which will result in delays. Even worse, it may fail to capture the radio waves altogether! When this happens, your RFID tags will stop tracking your assets, and your investment will not yield the results you anticipated. But is it all gloom? How can you attach the RFID tags for
RFID chip technology offers a chance to automate most of your identification processes. Some of the most reliable chips are the LF EM series. They meet the ISO 11784/11785 standards and the ISO FDX/B animal identification standards. As such, you can invest in the chips if you want to ease your animal identification process. You can also use the technology in access control and other identification needs. If you’re wondering what to consider for when selecting the ideal EM series
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) is one of the fastest-growing identification technology. It uses radio waves/ electromagnetic fields to capture and analyze digital data. If that sounds confusing, then you shouldn’t worry! Continue reading as we explore all the elements of RFID tags and how they work. How RFID Technology Works An RFID tag is encoded with digital information about specific assets/ individuals. When the tag comes closer to an RFID reader, it will capture the radio waves produced by the reader.
Did you know that investing in RFID tags and equipment can double your profitability? Well, this technology helps you to manage various business activities like a pro. Even better, the RFID tags come in various forms, thus enabling you to choose that which will serve your needs the best. Some of the activities you can manage with the RFID tags and equipment include identification, inventory management, and asset tracking. It doesn’t matter the industry you’re in; there will be a
When people are at the point of selecting an RFID tag, one crucial decision they fail to put into consideration is the tag’s frequency. It is necessary to note that the RFID system’s frequency range has a tremendous effect on several performance indicators, like the interference susceptibility and the read range. Therefore, it is vital to ensure you opt for the ideal frequency that would fit your business or personal needs. Low-Frequency RFID System The Low-Frequency
MIkron FARE Collection System (MIFARE) is a leading contactless solution by NXP. Due to its immense security benefits, organizations have widely adopted its use. It is used by hundreds of millions of people every day. If you’ve been to any modern office, you may have noticed that employees use cards to gain access to restricted areas, right? But how exactly does that happen? Well, the card uses RFID chips that contain the employees’ identifiable data. The system also consists of an RFID
If you’ve ever participated in a manual asset management task, then you will opine that the exercise is overwhelming. A research study by Telsyte shows that businesses in Australia lose $4.3 billion annually due to poor asset tracking. While the statistics are gloomy, there is a ray of hope for your business! All that you need to manage your assets is a comprehensive RFID asset tracking system. This technology will enable you to account for all your assets in real-time. If you are
ISO/IEC 15693 represents a series of international standards. They describe a contactless smart card’s attributes. These cards are usually present in our wallets or purse. When presented near a terminal device, they are readable and recognized. You can get some services or goods, etc. in response. These cards are also attached to bags or any other valuable items. It makes them trackable with the reading device being in the vicinity. Concept Contactless technology most often includes a set of technologies