RFID Tags for Inventory Management - Buy Passive & Active RFID Tags At NLP, & the BCDS Group
RFID tags are an efficient and cost-effective way to manage inventory. They are small, wireless devices that can be attached to products and used to track them in real-time. And why are they so popular across industries these days? Well, RFID tags provide a much more accurate and reliable inventory management system than traditional methods, as they allow for automatic tracking of product movements across the supply chain.
RFID tags can be used in a variety of applications, such as retail stores, warehouses, hospitals, and airports, for inventory. They come mainly in two types, Active and Passive RFID tags. This technology has revolutionised how businesses track their inventory, helps them reduce costs associated with manual tracking systems, and improves customer service by providing timely information on product availability and location.
Are you looking to acquire RFID tags for inventory management in Australia?
Then our company is the ideal place for you. NLP and BCDS Solutions have extensive cumulative experience with implementing RFID Solutions and technology in all industries and have successfully integrated a number of high-level complete turn-key RFID systems that have provided businesses with a much greater level of efficiency and ROI.
Our solutions provide businesses with the ability to seamlessly integrate RFID tracking to identify and track key assets, and inventory items, leading to higher levels of visibility and process efficiency. With real-time tracking information and the right application, you’ll always know where your critical assets are.
What are Active & Passive RFID Tags? How are they different?
Passive RFID systems and solutions allow minimal cost of RFID infrastructure as the RFID tags (or transponders) do not require an internal battery. The RFID tags are energised by the electromagnetic field, which are powered by the passive RFID reader. Passive RFID tags can only be read with passive RFID readers from distances up to 10 metres away.
Active RFID solutions are targeted to improve read distance and accuracy whilst also permitting for telemetry inputs for sensory systems. Such telemetry inputs may include temperature, humidity, shock, door open and sensors.
Deciding between passive RFID tags and active RFID tags can be difficult. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to understand the differences between them before making a decision.
Passive RFID tags are cheaper and more durable than active RFID tags. On the other hand, active RFID tags offer greater range and accuracy. Ultimately, choosing the right one for your needs depends on the specifics of your application. If you need assistance, our team at BCDS Group can help you decide the best RFID tag for your business operations.
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RFID Readers - Don't Forget About These Devices
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) readers are becoming an increasingly important tool for Australian businesses, as they provide an efficient way to track and manage inventory. RFID readers are used to read information stored on RFID tags, which can be attached to items such as products in a store or equipment in a warehouse. By scanning these tags with an RFID reader, businesses can quickly and accurately identify the items they need to keep track of. This technology has revolutionised the way companies manage their inventory, making it easier and more efficient than ever before. If you are looking for bluetooth RFID readers for your business in Australia, then talk to the BCDS Group today.
We can provide you with high-quality RFID readers that are designed to provide maximum performance and accuracy for any type of business. We also offer customised solutions to meet the specific needs of our customers. With our advanced technology, you can rest assured that your data will be safe and secure while you enjoy the convenience of our wireless readers. Contact us today, and let us help your business succeed!
Range of Readers- Mobile & Bluetooth RFID Readers
Mobile RFID readers and Bluetooth RFID readers are two of the most popular types of RFID technology used today. They are used to quickly and accurately read data from RFID tags and transponders.
Both mobile and Bluetooth RFID readers are used for a variety of applications ranging from asset tracking to access control. With their increasing popularity, these technologies will continue to revolutionise how businesses manage their assets and data. If you’re interested in any of the above-mentioned RFID tags for inventory, let us know. BCDS Group and its subsidiary, NLP, will provide you with the most cost-effective solution.
Why use RFID Systems and Solutions?
By using RFID tracking, the universal issues of barcoding may be addressed for advanced automated systems. These include:
How BCDS can help you
Our RFID solution applications provide seamless automation and include:
Our solutions provide businesses with the ability to seamlessly integrate RFID tracking to identify and track key assets and inventory providing greater visibility and process efficiency.
RFID Inventory Management
Inventory traceability and automated ordering systems help manage stock more efficiently and allows you to focus on your customers.
RFID Positive Patient Identification
Positive patient identification is critically important throughout the hospital patients' continuum of care from arrival to discharge.
RFID Employee, Visitor & Patient Safety
A unique application of active RFID for automated positive identification, providing a level of infield safety and visibility within hazardous environments.
The use of both active and passive RFID can ensure inventory stocktake accuracy and minimise time and resources required.
RFID Work In Progress (WIP) traceability
RFID Work in progress will provide better performance and reduced cost by automatically identifying the work items using both barcode and RFID during normal process flow.
Improve fleet management with vehicle tracking technology by helping to assess and correct driver behaviour, increase productivity and simplifying compliance.
RFID Boom Gate Access Control
By using UHF RFID systems, integrated long range boom gate access control can be achieved to increase throughput and accuracy which can be customised to suit current security systems.
Get In Touch
Speak to an BCDS Solutions expert for advice on RFID Solution implementation and RFID technologies by calling us on 1800 367 977.