Immense growth of ecommerce continues to fuel demands for end-to-end product traceability, visibility, sustainability, and reduced friction operations in most industries. Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology offers data in real time and is used to facilitate most tracking operations while reducing human error.
Unlike barcodes, RFID can read multiple tags simultaneously and allow communication of several product information, resulting in better traceability of products. End-to-end product traceability starts at the production site with relevant information of in-process tracking, followed by identification alerts of logistics routes in supply chain operations, and concludes with aftermarket traceability of repairs, reuse, or recycling. The level of efficient and accurate product visibility achieved with RFID systems facilitate true transparency to help avoid waste and thrive for a true sustainable circular economy.
Moreover, RFID technology has made a significant positive impact on not just supply chain operations, but also on customer experience by eliminating customer friction points. From solutions that address effortless checkout scanning to seamless event admission, RFID systems have enabled enterprises to incorporate frictionless measures that enhance the overall customer experience.
Datalogic offers a wide range of ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID devices in multiple form factors and various technologies. These RFID devices can enable users to track each item uniquely. The RFID tags can be read quickly and accurately from long ranges with handheld devices to shorter ranges with fixed RFID reading devices. Datalogic’s RFID devices will help you surpass customer expectations and demanding technical requirements of RFID implementations.
Datalogic RFID systems have improved cost-saving measures and increased efficiencies in a range of business operations. Our RFID product range is used in many critical applications that provide multiple economic benefits across many industries such as, retail, transportation and logistics, manufacturing, and healthcare.