Using RFID tags, we highlight your products and / or assets. Both in existing and in new processes RFID applications can be implemented. RFID tags can be read without contact with hand scanners or fixed scanners. The reading distance is, depending on the application, a few centimeters to a few decimeters.
RFID tags and sensors work -in contrast to barcodes- well in varying outdoor weather conditions (high / low temperatures, high / low (air) moisture and / or polluted environment).
Because each RFID tag has a unique ID, you can track your products on an individual level through the production process. It is also possible to store a large number of data, such as type, color, customer name and the like, into the RFID-tag.
Case study 1: The car factory
A common example is an automotive plant, where each car is made to customer specification (nowadays with dozens of possible variables such as color, interior ...). Whenever the car comes in a new production environment, the RFID tag is read and the correct component is edited.
Case study 2: The textile laundry
A textile laundry processed was from residents of different institutions. During the cleaning process each individuel piece shall be traceable, and it is -after the cleaning process-, with client/resident data collected into the right trolley/container. These containers are placed into the correct truck conformity the optimal logistics sequence.
Providing each piece, each collection bag and each container with an (active) RFID tag, this whole process can be closely controlled and monitored.
With Active RFID technology it's possible to confirm a single piece into the correct collecting bags into the correct container. It's even possible to monitor the position or where abouts of containers in the factory or if the container is on it's way in a truck to client's residence.