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RFID Applications

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Access Control
An access control system is a system which enables an authority to control access to areas and resources in a given physical facility or computer-based information system.

Asset Tracking
Asset tracking refers to tracking the movement of physical assets. RFID enhances this tracking by automating this process by having RFID smart tags broadcast their signal.

Car Tracking
RFID tagging of cars enables inventory and security applications.

Container Tracking
Location tracking of containers can be enhanced by utilizing RFID tags to improve inventory and visibility.

Data Center Management
A data center or datacenter (or datacentre), also called a server farm, is a facility used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. RFID helps organizations meet IT asset-related reporting, legal and regulatory requirements.

Electronics Inventory Tracking
RFID enabling of electronic products allows for just-in-time (JIT) inventory improvements not previously available with bar coding solutions.

Employee Tracking
Employers have many options at their disposal when it comes to monitoring their employees, but the effectiveness can be improved using RFID.

Equipment Tracking
The ability for RFID to provide visibility of equipment is unmatched. An effective RFID equipment tracking solution can significantly improve equipment utilization.

Fleet Maintenance
Proper fleet identification is a cornerstone for any proper fleet maintenance program. RFID provides the ability to accurately identify any asset.

General Asset Tracking
RFID can improve any asset tracking program. The ability for RFID to determine the location of an asset without human intervention can provide significant productivity improvements.

Inventory Control
An effective inventory control system is designed to promote efficiency and inventory accuracy. RFID technology represents a paradigm shift in inventory control solutions.

IT Asset Tracking
In today's information centric age securing IT assets such as notebooks, hardrives and servers is critical to many types of organizations. RFID tagging of these IT assets provides the ability to ensure that sensitive information is properly secured.

Jewelry Inventory Management
The ability to manage any inventory is important to the overall success of a company but for jewelry companies it is vital. RFID provides the tool to track small and expensive items with minimal effort and in real time.

Library tracking
A library computer system is the software used to catalog, track circulation and inventory a library's assets. RFID simplifies this process by automating the ability to accurately inventory the libraries books.

Livestock tracking
The ability to automate the feeding and healthcare of livestock will only become more critical in the future. RFID is a foundation technology that the livestock industry will rely upon to meet tracking requirements and to reduce operating costs.

Pallet Tracking
Improving utilization and eliminating non-value added steps is important to any pallet tracking solution. RFID is the technology that improves any pallet tracking solution.

Patient Tracking
Finally there is a technology, RFID, that allows hospitals and other healthcare organization to efficiently track patients through complicated treatment workflows.

People tracking
When it comes to tracking people RFID can provide a cost effective and feature rich solution.

Retail Inventory Management
Overhead reduction, improving inventory turn times, and less shrinkage are just some of the benefits retailers are seeing after implementing a RFID based retail management solution.

Reusable Container Tracking
RFID based closed loop systems such as reusable container tracking typically have a high rate of return (return on investment - ROI)

Supply Chain Management
Major retailers of the world are leveraging RFID to improve warehouse management operations and out of stocks

Trade shows
Positive identification, streamlining the exchange of attendee's contact information and flow analysis are just a few of the benefits of using RFID to track trade show attendees.

Trailer Tracking
The ability to positively identify trailers can improve a distribution center's yard management system.

Truck Tracking
Streamlining gate house operations by reducing truck entry and exit times is improved by implementing a RFID base truck tracking system.

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