After analyzing RFID applications, RFID technology shows competitive advantages over barcode technology. First of all, RFID allows for tracing every single item in a batch with an identification number per object. At the second place, RFID makes possible to read all the ID numbers in a box or pallet at the same time. At the third place, RFID offers the storage of more information per item which is updated in real-time. At last but not least, thanks to RFID you can read the RFID labels without manual direct sight-line. As a result, RFID systems are faster, more reliable, and they are the most cost-effective solution.
Here’s a list of main RFID applications you can find in your daily life, so use these ideas to spark your creative juices so you can use RFID in your own solutions.
- Traceability in the supply chain
- Logistics and inventory in the retail industry
- Security control for jewelry and cosmetics
- IT asset tracking
- Files and archives
- Tool tracking
- Laundry management
- Sports timing
- Human traceability and access control in facilities
- Traceability of animals
- Vehicle tracking
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