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.
Several racecar drivers and teams are employing and sponsoring a solution to track the performance of tires or other components by monitoring how often each part passes RFID readers. They launched an RFID-based solution to manage the equipment within their cars. The system, provided by Internet of Things (IOT), enables them to track the usage and the replacement of tires or other components during practice and races, for the purpose of regulation compliance and safety.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology. Its basic principle is to realize the automatic identification of the identified object by using the transmission characteristics of RF signal and spatial coupling (inductive or electromagnetic coupling) or radar reflection. RFID reader (RFID reader) communicates wirelessly with RFID electronic tag through antenna, which can read or write tag identification code and memory data.