Radio Frequency Identification
Labels used to identify objects that work with radio signals for data transmission in the production, transportation and storage sectors.
Instead of barcodes and optical scanning devices, RFID systems use transponders as markers on the objects to be monitored.
These units receive radio signals from the relevant interrogation devices and transmit their information back.
Some of the key advantages of this technology include the fact that larger volumes of data can be stored in the transponders, the link between the transponder and the interrogation device is reliable without a direct line of sight, the data is interrogated more quickly and the data can be changed.