In the latter half of 2021, things appear to be getting back to some semblance of normal. That's definitely true for the radio frequency identification (RFID) industry, as the need for RFID technology continues unabated. What RFID trends and challenges can you expect for the year into 2022? There are some important trends—and some issues—facing the industry.
CILICO THOR F880 smart handheld terminal is used for cargo management of Qingdao Jiaodong International Airport. Real-time information is automatically read and interactive in real-time through the entire process of aviation logistics to realize traceable management of the entire process. Greatly reduce management and operating costs, reduce failure rates, and improve work efficiency.
RRFID is not exactly a new technology. In fact, the origins of RFID can be traced back to World War II, when the Air Force needed a way to distinguish between friendly and enemy aircraft. For decades, RFID has proven useful for a variety of industries. As retailers move to omnichannel sales, this technology has made a bigger difference. Then, the COVID-19 outbreak broke out.
The expectation for the next 10 years is that IoT will be used in all areas. There are two main reasons for this: to improve performance and increase productivity, to eliminate unnecessary costs and waste, and to predict and solve machine failures. Known as the Internet of Things, IoT monitors factories, plants, mine sites and their machines with smarter, cheaper and smaller sensors. So far, many important advantages for mining have been noticed in this area.
DESCRIPTION The bins prepared for household waste collection, are set up with the function of recognizing the users through last generation system. A radio frequency antenna (TAG UHF) can be allocated in each one of the bins, able to transmit the code of the container and therefore, upon assignment during delivery, to the user. The reading of this code will take place, without any manual operation by the operators in charge of the collection, through a receiving system (READER).
CILICO cold chain logistics solution, through the establishment of wireless temperature and humidity real-time monitoring system, real-time monitoring of the whole process of the cold chain: set the upper and lower limits of monitoring temperature and humidity, exceed the set value for alarm avoidance risk; the temperature and humidity and geographical location, etc.
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.