Radio Frequency Identification devices work on radio waves to write data read data and communicates with the tag. It can read data from close proximity to several feet away making it very convenient for people to use it for wide range of applications. The tag can then be assigned/associated with an object and be tracked and monitored depending on the application requirements. Its easy to associate and embed the tags in the object and make it very convenient to use for applications such as RFID Library Management Systems, Parking Management Systems, Asset Tracking etc.

Common Uses of RFID:

  • Asset Management Systems.
  • Library Management Systems
  • Parking Management Systems
  • Custom RFID Requirements
  • Health Care Data management
  • Attendance Tracking

Advantages of RFID:

  • RFID is the only truly automatic-identification technology
  • RFID usually requires no line of sight
  • RFID is an enabling technology
  • RFID is accurate

RFID is most valuable when used to:

  • Reduce high labor costs
  • Reduce high costs of data errors related to item identification and handling
  • There are time or labor constraints
  • Traceability of an item is critical
  • More data is needed than a bar code system can provide