RFID is an acronym for “radio-frequency identification” and refers to a technology whereby digital data encoded in RFID tags or smart labels are captured by a reader via radio waves. RFID tags are often used to uniquely identify the object they are attached to.
RFID tags may be placed on checked bags so they can be easily tracked and located. Products stored in warehouses may be given RFID tags so they can be located more easily. These tags are attached to clothing, electronics, and other products to prevent theft from retail stores. Track assets leaving and returning to site. RFID asset management systems can help companies keep track of what assets are where by linking a particular item to a particular location. RFID asset management can greatly help companies identify, track & audit a range of assets.
We can use RFID in Hospitals to verify patient information, Reduce wait times and bottlenecks and to locate patients.
These tags are typically deactivated at the place of checkout. Tags that have not been deactivated will sound the alarm system near the store's exit