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Blog, RFID Application, RFID technology
By admin / July 27, 2019

RFID

  RFID in Event Management         RFID Technology has become an industry-standard for large festivals and conferences. RFID is a wireless technology that allows shorter lines, richer information, and more committed participants and sponsors in music festivals to company meetings to retail events.   What does RFID mean for events? There are quite a few ways event creators can use RFID to streamline the event experience and allow for better data capture. The main applications of RFID for events are:   1. Flexible access control: Grant quick, controlled entry to particular zones (such as VIP areas or conference sessions) that only a subset of your overall attendee base should be permitted in.   2. Entry to the event Without paper tickets and call lines, admission is quick and seamless — more than 20 people per scanner per minute. RFID input is also quicker and simpler than...

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Blog, RFID Application, RFID technology
By admin / July 20, 2019

RFID

  RFID in Healthcare Industry   One of the primary functions of the healthcare industry is to care for patients. As baby boomers age and health insurance becomes more accessible to all, demand for health care is growing. Hospitals and their suppliers have focused on their main function rather than adopting technology and technologies that could enhance their bottom line and boost safety.     There are several ways in which healthcare companies and their suppliers can introduce RFID technology that will have a direct effect on their patient and personal safety.   Tracking of Surgical Instruments and Supplies: To ensure that nothing was left inside the patient, all items used during surgery and present in the operating room must be counted. If all items are...

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Blog, RFID technology
By admin / July 15, 2019

RFID

  What are the advantages of using RFID Technology over Barcode?   Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a wireless communication technology that can define particular objectives and read and write associated information via radio signals without creating mechanical or optical contact between identification scheme and particular objectives. Radio signals are transmitted from RFID tags attached to objects by electromagnetic fields tuned to radio frequencies to automatically identify and track the objects.   Barcode technology is the abbreviation of barcode auto-identification technology. It is an automatic technology for the recognition of symbols based on modern IT. It can incorporate symbol coding features, data acquisition, automatic identification, information input, and storage. It can efficiently fix the issues of big amounts of at acquisition and automatic input in the logistics system.           The advantages of RFID technology over barcode technology:   1. RFID TAGS ARE MORE SECURE Because RFID carries electronic information, it's data content can be protected by encryption technology, so that its content is not easy to be...

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By admin / July 6, 2019

RFID

What is the difference between RFID and NFC Technologies?   NFC technology emerged from RFID technology, but in comparison with RFID, there are some differences.  So, what is the difference between them?We will guide you in understanding what  NFC technology is, what  The RFID technology is, and how they differ.   WHAT IS RFID? Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an automatic identification technology that is non-contact. It automatically identifies target items and by means of radio frequency signals acquires appropriate information. It can operate without manual interference in different hostile settings. RFID technology can simultaneously recognize high-speed moving items and various tags that can be operated quickly and conveniently.   WHAT IS NFC? NFC Technology is derived from the "contactless radio frequency identification" (RFID) and interconnection technology between wireless devices, just like RFID. NFC information is...

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