You may have applied RFID in the course of your daily business activities, but how conversant are you with the advancement of the technology? Just like any other technology in an application, innovations are inevitable. The major revolution in the RFID world is towards reducing the size of RFID tags. Radio Frequency Identification tags, Abbreviated as RFID, are micro-devices that rely on low-power radio waves for the reception, storage, and transmission of data to nearby readers. RFID tags are made
A Radio Frequency Identification system, as the name indicates, uses radio frequency to transfer data. This technology is used by RFID Wristbands to transmit information to a back-end computer. They have been widely used in music festivals, water parks and even conventions and to say that they’re popular is a clear understatement. To have a better understanding about this revolutionary invention that has evolved from a strategic tool in World War II to a way to enhance an event’s experience, this article
Nowadays, NFC tags are very common in our daily life. They are very intelligent and make our life convenient and full of surprises. When your phone with NFC compatibility approaches to the NFC tag, it will immediately respond to the function in the tag, such as switch off WIFI or Bluetooth. More importantly, NFC tags are very cheap and easy to use. Most people can afford it and operate it. How to program an NFC tag with an iPhone or Android
When you use RFID for an event, I’m sure you will hear “wow” from your attendees or sponsors. It is something cool, smart, and useful. More and more festivals, events, and theme parks worldwide are using RFID/NFC technology. Such as Disneyland, Coachella, Olympic Games, etc. Using RFID for events will benefit attendees, organizers, and sponsors. For attendees, they are no need to wait too long in line and enjoy the time. It is easier for organizers to control the event
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) cards offer a convenient, secure, and durable method of packaging an RFID tag. The cards have become common in access control, payment, and identification. But what is an RFID card? What are its components? Well, this article will offer detailed answers to these questions. Read on to understand the anatomy of RFID cards as well as their applications. RFID Cards: What Are They? RFID Cards are smart cards that use radio waves to exchange information. Most RFID cards
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.
What is NFC? NFC (Near Field Communication), jointly developed by Philips and Sony, is a contactless identification and interconnection technology that enables close wireless communication between mobile devices, consumer electronics, PC, and smart control tools. NFC provides a simple, touch-based solution that allows consumers to exchange information, access content and services simply and intuitively. NFC integrates contactless card reader, contactless card, and peer-to-peer functions into a single chip, creating countless new opportunities for consumers’ lifestyles. This is an open interface
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