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TRANSPORT

RFID is the key advances in transportation management application and explain how it can make the transportation operations run more efficiently.

  • It will help you to align the organization’s business drivers with technology to achieve the best return in investment.

Some enhancements include:

  • Vehicles no longer need to be recorded manually at gatehouse.
  • Pre-scheduled vehicles and pre-advised vehicles are automatically registered and given access to the site without gatehouse intervention.
  • Vehicle movements are optimized to maximum efficiency .
  • Massive improvements in on-site trailer and Rigid vehicle number as well as mode of transport and service information.
  • Reduce delays in unloading trailers at loading bays.
  • Clearer, faster and more accurate production of documentation on delivery information for drivers.

 

PAPER / PLASTIC BASED MATERIAL

The ultra thin profile, flexibility and robustness of this RFID transponder ( TAG ) means can be easily printed on existing printing, imaging or ticket issuing machine. Labels with embedded TAG transponder can also easily manufactured with other printed information, creating compatibility with existing Auto ID, logistic, tracking or ticketing system.

 

Unlike Barcode  or other ID system where items have to be physically separated and read individually, RFID transponder has a unique and powerful simultaneous identification capability. Identifying multiple labels, packages, or asset all at the same time as they pass a reading location.

 

 

 

 

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

RFID address the weaknesses of conventional supply chain management systems with wireless technology, providing instantaneous location, tracking, and management of supply chain resources.

Containers, tools, and other items are fitted with a wireless electronic tag that emits a unique tracking signal. The signal of each tag is then monitored by a cellular system of readers that receive and relay the tag’s location to a host computer. The location information is then displayed on a LAN or across the web.           

By continuously monitoring signals from the tags, RFID can identify item locations, providing managers with a real-time picture of supply chain movement and workflow.

 

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