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Radio Frequency Identification Device

A wireless data transfer system that uses, and can be powered by, radio waves to track and identify objects. Unlike bar codes, RFID tags don’t need to be in the line of sight of a traditional optical sensor and can be read several yards away. Some advanced variations of these tags not only store and transmit data, but can write/overwrite data as well. Memory capacity can range from low to high and can be connected to any network. They can also be tailored to work in harsh environments.


  • Improve supply chain management
  • Track inventory
  • Record wear and tear on automated tools by tracking how often it’s used
  • Assembly line progress
  • Storage and retrieval
  • Assigning security clearance to equipment
  • Error proofing
  • Transportation and logistics

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