RFID is a non-contact identification technology from a professional point of view, which is divided into two types: active and passive. Working principle: The RFID reader emits radio frequency, passes through the coil of the electronic tag, generates a signal, and the reader reads and decodes the information to complete the entire identification process.
The highway automatic toll collection system is one of the most successful applications of RFID technology. At present, the development of expressways in China is very fast. The prerequisite for regional economic development is to have convenient transportation conditions. However, there are some problems in expressway toll collection.
By using RFID to detect asset locations, hospitals can make it easy for staff to find the closest needed equipment. This visibility also makes it easier to identify idle assets, thereby avoiding unnecessary asset purchases. Such tracking could also increase the utility of the FDA's Unique Device Identifier (UDI) requirement for tracking medical devices.
Industrial RFID handheld terminals have RFID reading and writing functions. It can identify RFID tags and collect data using radio frequency identification technology.