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RFID Inventory

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RFID is second to none for Inventory Management and warehouse control. RFID is popular for quick item tracking as requiring no LOS ( line of sight like barcode requires). This feature of RFID helps CEO in internal audits , external audits as well as CTOs to manage things efficently.  The advantage with RFID is as: 


Advantages

  • Tagdetection not requiring human intervention reduces employment costs and eliminates human errors from data collection

  • No line-of-sight is required, tag placement is less constrained,

  • RFID tags have a longer read range than, e. g., barcodes,

  • Tags can have read/write memory capability, while barcodes do not,

  • An RFID tagcan store large amounts of data additionally to aunique identifier,

  • Unique item identification is easier to implementwith RFID than with barcodes,

  • Tags are less sensitive to adverse conditions (dust, chemicals, physical damage etc.),

  • Many tags can be read simultaneously,

  • RFID tags can be combined with sensors,

  • Automatic reading at several places reduces time lags and inaccuracies in an inventory,

  • Tagscanlocallystoreadditionalinformation;suchdistributeddatastoragemayincreasefault tolerance ofthe entire system,

  • Reduces inventory control and provisioning costs,

  • Reduces warranty claim processingcosts.

Components of System

  1. RFID Readers ( as per Entery / Exit)
  2. RFID Tags
  3. Libray System
  4. Handheld PDA
  5. RFID Tag Writers
  6. RFID Tag Printer (Optional)

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