RFID tags can be used for quality control in harsh environments, including those containing extreme temperatures, high impact, wet conditions, hazardous chemicals, radioactivity and more. Companies in a variety of rugged industries employ radio frequency identification (RFID) to improve quality control and efficiency. These industries—which include construction, mining, oil and gas, energy and chemicals—require RFID tags that can handle the harsh environments typically encountered.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is used in many industries, and its use continues to grow. One example is in the automotive industry, in which companies are using RFID throughout many parts of their production and distribution chains. RFID has particular value for car manufacturing and at the dealership level. The automotive sector employs RFID tracking throughout the manufacturing process, from individual parts to finished vehicles.
With the rise of new retail, online shopping platforms have become the main consumer portal for the public, and the soaring order scale has placed higher demands on warehousing and logistics. How to deliver goods to users better and faster is a test of the efficiency of each link of warehousing and logistics, and it also puts forward higher requirements for intelligent and lean management of warehousing.