RFID Technology

RFID TAG features

Univocal Code

The RFID TAG is natively equipped with a unique code that makes it unique and allows the serialization of the individual product. The unique code can not be changed and guarantees the authenticity and therefore the anti-counterfeiting of the product and thanks to the presence of the unique code the company can trace the product and the production lot in case of a recall campaigns.

and Size

RFID TAG is a sticker of small size and thickness that can be applied behind your label.
Our company offers the service of coupling and writing (encoding) the TAG so that each TAG refers to the dedicated experience.

Use and

To be read, the RFID TAG requires dedicated readers that can be either portable or fixed (gate). The reading distance varies depending on the reader used and can be up to several metres. The RFID TAG is a sticker on which a microchip is printed and has no battery, so it is passive.

Why to use a RFID TAG?

Logistics and warehouse control

RFID technology applied to logistics allows a complete approach to the warehouse and shipping, automatically tracking the movements through the installation of a reader. RFID is applied in the production phases in order to shorten production and shipping times, thus reducing errors in the timescale of control of deliveries and payment in stock.

What can I manage?

Traceability: possibility of identifying an entity. Inventory: in order to contain the cost of carrying out inventories. Product identification: traceability of uniquely identifiable objects. Access control: presences detection connected to the personnel management software.

Characteristics and applications

The RFID TAG is an adhesive of small size and minimal thickness that can be applied anywhere. It allows: management of the activities of entry/exit of the warehouse with proven speeding up of the process; definition and tracking of quality control flow, management of returns from the sales network; massive management of goods, increase in quality process, certification of shipments and reduction of efforts in good incoming into the warehouse.