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RFID and digital processes - The future for your company

Rely on the innovative Auto-ID / RFID technology now and benefit from the many advantages. We are in a time in which digitalisation is indispensable. Digitalisation enables us to optimise processes and work more sustainably #wearedigital

The digital transformation replaces old technologies and brings forth new ones. Auto-ID / RFID is seen by many companies as a technology with a future. The abbreviation RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. The system works contactlessly with radio waves, which it uses to identify RFID chips. It can be sustainably integrated into existing processes and thus replaces manual processes.

Research and innovation

RFID technology has been available for some time and is increasingly accepted by the market as innovative and forward-looking. tagItron has this technology and supplies systems that enable you to verify and clearly assign the exact number and identification number of a customer's laundry items within seconds. This drastically reduces the financial burden on the customer due to lost laundry items, significantly improves the operating result and strengthens customer loyalty. Trust in our decades of experience in the textile industry, our know-how as well as the tagItron in-house developed and at the location Germany produced hardware. With our cost-efficient, tailor-made solutions, we reduce product losses by 70% or more and increase transparency in your processes. We would be happy to demonstrate the possibilities of the systems to you without obligation in our textileID Innovation Lab. Please contact us.

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RFID - The solution for your processes

What is RFID?

RFID (radio-frequency identification [ˈɹeɪdɪəʊ ˈfɹiːkwənsi aɪˌdɛntɪfɪˈkeɪʃn̩] „Identification with the aid of electromagnetic waves“) refers to a technology for transmitter-receiver systems for the automatic and contactless identification and localisation of objects and living beings with radio waves.

An RFID system consists of a transponder (colloquially also called a radio tag), which is located on or in the object or living being and contains an identifying code, as well as a reader for reading this identification.

What is RFID used for?

In general, logistics is the main heading for the field of application. Logistical problems cut across all industries. There is a huge potential for rationalisation to be exploited here. The best-known examples are vehicle identification, payment cards, animal identification, authenticity features, textiles and clothing, and access control.

How can RFID be integrated into everyday work?

The shape and size of the antenna depends on the frequency or wavelength and the application. Depending on the required application, transponders are offered in different designs, sizes and protection classes. The range of passive transponders depends not only on the frequency but also on the size of the antenna or coil (inlay size). The range decreases rapidly for both UHF and HF with smaller antennas.

How is information collected?

In systems that are standardised according to ISO, the transmission of the identification information takes place as follows: The reader, which can also write data depending on the type, generates a high-frequency electromagnetic alternating field to which the RFID transponder (RFID tag) is exposed. The high-frequency energy absorbed by it via the antenna serves as a power supply for its chip during the communication process. In the case of active tags, the power supply can also be provided by a built-in battery. With semi-active tags, the battery only supplies power to the microchip.

How precise is RFID?

The limitation of RFID technology can be seen in the technically usable range and in the fixed information selected. RFID chips do not provide information about the exact location (position), orientation (direction) and movement (speed), but the identity of the number plate without further information about the bearer of the number plate.

What advantages does RFID bring to the company?

Customer satisfaction increases

  • shorter delivery times thanks to better organisation
  • detailed traceability of orders
  • information about the origin of the products

your costs decrease

  • optimised stock levels
  • reduction of goods losses by 70% and more
  • error prevention
  • more efficient process flows

your degree of professionalisation increases

  • calculation of future demand
  • fully automated real-time documentation and evaluation
  • goods and process control within seconds