Today, there are a wide range of benefits for RFID technology to provide advantages to a large variety of business sectors. For example, imagine the potential benefit of companies using this innovative form of Automated Data Capture in major industry, law enforcement, transportation, among many other uses. This number continues to grow as this technology evolves to become more intelligent, more affordable, and versatile.
RFID enables drivers to quickly zip through a toll booth when equipped with a prepaid pass. This works well because one of the primary advantages of RFID, is in the fact that this technology does not require line of sight for detection devices to sense a radio signal. In fact, throughout much of the United States, many transit systems have adopted the convenient RFID fast passes to permit toll road passengers to travel faster through turnstiles instead of swiping a special card or paying cash for toll.
Other industries are also putting RFID to good use. In some industries, smart manufacturers use this technology in their production for enhanced tracking of products and parts as they are manufactured or distributed throughout a facility. Additionally, even some major retail corporations, like Wal-Mart, are now requiring some suppliers to implement the use of RFID tags on all pallets or cases shipped to improve inventory management processes.
For those who wish to learn more about the benefits of this technology, it is highly recommended that they seek an experienced RFID integrator. Implementing RFID technology doesn’t mean that existing tracking and identification solutions need to be thrown out – however, there is strategy to how these processes are linked together and how they affect the production process for the most productivity and efficient, automatic data capture. A seasoned RFID systems integrator will understand the best methods for utilizing these technologies together at a manufacturing or distribution facility.
It’s true that RFID is not simply for the aviation industry. In 2013 and beyond there will be increased demand for this innovative technology involving manufacturers and corporations from a wide range of business sectors. There is substantial proof that the aviation industry has experienced great efficiency and improvement through the implementation of RFID to meet the standards of the Air Transport Association’s Spec 2000 through ATA Spec 2000 RFID.
Mr. Thomas Henderson lives in Hebron, Kentucky. Throughout his career, he’s spend time working on a wide range of applications that include MIL-STD-130 compliance, UID labels, and much more.
RFID Provides Benefits to Numerous Industries