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Use Durable RFID Labels for Theft Deterrence
Technological innovations in computer software and radio frequency identification (RFID) systems make it possible for your company to invest relatively little money to deter theft. Your investment in an RFID security system will pay for itself many times over in reduced costs from product losses due to theft and fraud.
RFID labels can be integrated with your computerized inventory and equipment management systems to provide real-time monitoring of the locations of critical equipment, parts and supplies used in your manufacturing operations. Passive RFID labels affixed to parts, clothing or other products can be used to monitor checkout security in retail stores, and to mark easily transportable equipment and tools that might have a tendency to walk off from your equipment yard or construction site. Passive RFID labels will be activated when in range of an RFID reader and can sound alarms, enter computerized inventory data, record shipping information or perform many other functions in your product management systems.
Cheap RFID labels can compete with simple barcode labels in terms of cost for applications where passive reading, reading at odd angles, or internal tagging of parts is required. Durable RFID labels can be applied to equipment and machinery that will be used in harsh environments, for identification and theft deterrence purposes as well as for automating inventory and maintenance records. When you buy RFID labels you get more than just a static tag for your parts and equipment – you get one piece of a dynamic system that can improve your company’s efficiency and reduce theft and fraud losses.
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Active RFID labels include on-board batteries to fix the range problem and can throw away the choke points associated with passive RFID. However, active RFID labels are often put together on exclusive technology, which limits interoperability and leaves customer with a single vendor choice. The major challenge, however, is the cost: active RFID labels cost approximately ten times that of passive RFID labels, interpreting large scale arrangements costly to permit. Active RFID uses transmitters (or tags) that actively send beacon signals that are received and decoded by readers. While these systems have confirmed to be relatively successful for some applications, on the other side they are limited to other cases. Traditional Active RFID technology works on a tag-talks-first basis where the tag actively transfers a beacon signal at a pre-determined interval and an active reader acquires and decodes this signal. Active RFID labels also present a concept of exciter devices that stimulates the active tags in or near exits or other doorway sin workplaces or malls to start the tag transmission. On the other hand, this approach can create problems in places like in a plane’s cargo hold where beaconing or transmitting is not permitted or appropriate. Active RFID labels are also unattractive large number of high security applications where the active beaconing senses a tag’s position. Hence, opposed with the choice of an answer with slight capabilities or the other that is cost-prohibitive, many businesses either did nothing or reserved deployments, leaving the business problem mostly unsure. However, now there is an alternative choice that solves this concern.