Hardware Solutions 2018-01-11T12:54:21+00:00

Hardware Solutions

We have business alliances with world leaders like HP, IBM, Microsoft, Lenovo, EMC, Citrix, Vmware, Symantec, Attachmate, Cisco etc, and are equipped with the state-of-the-art tools and technologies to constantly deliver the quality products, solutions and services. With the help of these alliances we are offering infrastructure consultancy service also to lot of customers

Usage Benefits on RFID

Asset Tracking

It’s no surprise that asset tracking is one of the most common uses of RFID. Companies can put RFID tags on assets that are lost or stolen often, that are underutilized or that are just hard to locate at the time they are needed. Just about every type of RFID system is used for asset management. NYK Logistics, a third-party logistics provider based in Secaucus, N.J., needed to track containers at its Long Beach, Calif., distribution center. It chose a real-time locating system that uses active RFID beacons to locate container to within 10 feet

Manufacturing

RFID has been used in manufacturing plants for more than a decade. It’s used to track parts and work in process and to reduce defects, increase throughput and manage the production of different versions of the same product.

Supply Chain Management

RFID technology has been used in closed loop supply chains or to automate parts of the supply chain within a company’s control for years. As standards emerge, companies are increasingly turning to RFID to track shipments among supply chain partners.

 

Payment Systems

RFID is all the rage in the supply chain world, but the technology is also catching on as a convenient payment mechanism. One of the most popular uses of RFID today is to pay for road tolls without stopping. These active systems have caught on in many countries, and quick service restaurants are experimenting with using the same active RFID tags to pay for meals at drive-through windows.

Retailing

Retailers such as Best Buy, Metro, Target, Tesco and Wal-Mart are in the forefront of RFID adoption. These retailers are currently focused on improving supply chain efficiency and making sure product is on the shelf when customers want to buy it.

 

Security and Access Control

RFID has long been used as an electronic key to control who has access to office buildings or areas within office buildings. The first access control systems used low-frequency RFID tags. Recently, vendors have introduced 13.56 MHz systems that offer longer read range. The advantage of RFID is it is convenient (an employee can hold up a badge to unlock a door, rather than looking for a key or swiping a magnetic stripe card) and because there is no contact between the card and reader, there is less wear and tear, and therefore less maintenance.As RFID technology evolves and becomes less expensive and more robust, it’s likely that companies should implement RFID to develop and to solve common and unique business problems.

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