For ten years ZAutomation has been working on custom projects based on RFID technologies.
Such technologies allow to increase the quality of the processes and to diminish appreciably the errors; the industrial field represents one of the scenarios with greater development, in fact they come predisposed in order to govern the inner processes of production, warehouse and shipment.
RFID TECHNOLOGIES IN LOGISTICS
RFID technology can find application in logistics as it allows a complete approach to warehouse and shipping logics, automatically tracking the movements through the reader attachment, or through access to the information contained in the database.
In our days the desire to shorten production and shipping times is more and more recurrent, for this reason RFID technology is applied in the production phases, thus reducing errors in delivery control and payment times a warehouse.
RFID is fundamental in the mapping of the warehouse , the search and picking of the goods speed up: in a traditional picking system, the operation is slow and risky, as it is based on the historical memory of the ‘operator; with RFID, on the other hand, the system manages and knows the exact location of the goods in the warehouse, generating a speeded up process, with the transfer of secure and error-free information.
Among the technological features & nbsp; transposed for logistics purposes, chips with & nbsp; increase performance and memory capacity . & nbsp; We have the opportunity to study and create custom RFIDs, antennas, coatings and tags / transponders even with less sensitivity to the physical environment, i.e. liquids and metals, and to spatial orientation.
Less sensitivity to the environment and greater reading accuracy & nbsp; in practical terms, they mean avoiding “false positives”, ie unwanted readings, which are to be considered as an error.
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Where can such technologies be applied?
RFID is a very popular tool in the industrial field, let’s now analyze the following possible applications, divided by type of use:
- Traceability – & gt; uniquely identify an entity. Follow the movements of raw materials and semi-finished products on pallets handled by forklifts or forklifts in general .
- Inventory – & gt; in order to contain the cost of creating inventories. Check for the presence or absence of a tool or raw material inside the cabinets and shelves.
- Product identification – & gt; traceability of uniquely identifiable objects. Recognition and identification of the components to be machined.
- Fraud prevention – & gt; assigns a unique label to each object, which cannot be read by unauthorized persons
- Access control – & gt; attendance monitoring linked to the staff management software.
- Shipping – & gt; Reading of pallets loaded on trucks through a gate.