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Tagging (RFID)

A common practice used to improve the efficiency and accuracy of supply chain management.  

What is RFID tagging?  

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tagging is a technology that tracks and identifies objects using radio waves. In RFID tagging, small electronic devices called RFID tags or transponders are attached or embedded into items, and these tags contain electronically stored information that RFID readers can read.  

How RFID tagging work? 

The RFID tags consist of a microchip and an antenna. The microchip holds the unique identification data for the item, and the antenna allows the tag to communicate with RFID readers wirelessly. When an RFID reader emits radio waves, the tag's antenna picks up the signal and powers the microchip, enabling it to transmit the stored information back to the reader.  

What benefits can RFID provide to businesses?  

  1. Inventory and asset management: RFID tags enable efficient tracking of items in real-time, helping businesses automate inventory management, locate items quickly, and prevent loss or theft.  
  2. Supply chain management: Allows for accurate tracking of products throughout the supply chain, improving visibility, reducing errors, and enhancing logistics processes.  
  3. Access control and security: They can be used for access control systems, allowing authorized individuals to enter restricted areas. They can also be used for anti-counterfeiting measures by verifying product authenticity.  
  4. Retail applications: RFID tagging in retail stores helps with inventory accuracy, shelf replenishment, and reducing out-of-stock situations. It also enables faster checkout processes through RFID-enabled payment systems. 
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