Zum Beitrag RFID: Industriehalle

The IOX RFID Solution

» Based on latest technology (tags & antennas)

» Self-developed middleware

» Seamlessly integratable into your ERP system

» Instant updates & fantastic support

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INDIVIDUAL DNA FOR EVERY PRODUCT

A basic radio frequency identification (RFID) system consists of a reader and a transponder, the RFID-tag. The reader uses radio frequency waves to transmit signals to activate the tag. The RFID tag has a microchip that serves as database. It receives the energy via an attached antenna and transfers information back to the reader.

 

IOX RFID Features:
+ Long range: UHF tags can identify objects up to 10 meters of read range
+ Real-time data: Get the status of individual items directly on your device
+ On-metal tags: Specific tags that work around metal surfaces
+ Individual solutions: We find the perfect modules to collect further data

 

Use cases:
+ Supply Chain Management
+ Inventory Management
+ Asset and Personnel Tracking
+ Controlling Access
+ ID Badging

Your Challenges without RFID

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Manual processes and worldwide dispersed, untrackable inventory. It causes long delivery times, over- and understocking and is lacking transparency for the supplier as well as the customers.

 

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There is no individual identification or localisation of any component (from bolts to cylinders), to support maintenance.

 

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There is Missing transparency in regard to the condition of the components and materials as well as the component history.

 

RFID Example: The Solution

RFID tags for individual cylinders and pipes to be used as data storage. They are read by RFID gates and hand-held RFID scanners.

Automated stock identification and tracking through connected RFID gates in every relevant facility worldwide.

Responsive Equipment Dashboard as information interface for customers and employees.

Value creation in 6 steps

Step 1

Identify value potentials

Step 2

Select value potential for POC

Step 3

Identify technology needed (e.g. on metal transponders, UHF, handheld scanner etc.)

Step 4

Build POC Architecture which integrates all relevant technologies

Step 5

Continuous improvements on Tags, Tags Position and Tagging Process

Step 6

Move forward with the next value potential

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To ensure maximal flexibility and a solution for every situation, we support all available UHF RFID Tags regardless of manufacturer - Labels, Hard-Tags, Ceramic Tags etc.

Your company will work with industry standards by using the GS1 data formats which are embedded in our solution from the start.

You get state-of-the-art RFID handheld reader. We select the appropriate readers based on your needs.

Call us today at +49 211 545548 90 or email hello@ioxlab.de