How to Install RFID Systems Successfully: Thin Portal: Host Louis Sirico

The Thin Portals® offer space-saving features in an aesthetically-pleasing unit. These units have a small footprint, only 6" x 24", and are designed to fit in small areas. The Thin Portal is available in two heights: 60" and 78". The units are weather-resistant, with an RF-friendly, white ABS Radome cover. They are suitable for light warehouse, retail, data centers, office, and medical environments.

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From: Louis Sirico

Related topics : rfid portal system

Binwise, an advanced harvest logistics and supply chain management system

Binwise is a harvest logistics and bin management system using proprietary RFID/NFC tags, smart phones, mobile apps, RFID portals and cloud software. This system will allow real-time tracking of bins, crates, containers, and/or punnets during harvest from the orchard through to packing. Binwise will also allow packhouses to manage their internal harvest bin inventories and allow packhouse managers to track the location of individual bins and their contents across an entire site, an entire...

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From: Dataphyll

Related topics : rfid inventory management system / use of rfid in supply chain management / mobile rfid tracking system / rfid tag manager software / rfid tagging system

RFID Portals | Auburn RFID Lab

This is part three of a four-part series geared towards learning more about the warehouse environment and about how RFID portal systems can reduce manual labor hours of counting incoming inventory.

The RFID Lab at Auburn University is a research institute focusing on the business case and technical implementation of RFID and other emerging technologies in retail, supply chain, and manufacturing.  RFID performance and quality testing has been a staple of the RFID Lab for years, and the Lab has...

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From: Atlas RFID Store

Related topics : rfid test lab / rfid retail supply chain / rfid portal system / rfid warehouse system

How to Install RFID Systems Successfully: MOD3 Guardian Portals: Host Louis Sirico

The Guardian Portals are the most complete and versatile RFID mounting structures available. They have a powder-coated 18-gauge steel construction that makes the unit well suited for any kind of industrial environment and are even fork-lift resistant. These portals are suitable for all heavy-duty RFID applications, such as DoD and Wal-Mart compliance, supply chain, warehousing, including cold storage and food processing facilities, pharmaceutical manufacturing, distribution, and inventory...

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From: Louis Sirico

Related topics : rfid portal system / rfid applications in supply chain management / dod rfid compliance

VANCH RFID Portal System for Warehouse management

UHF RFID Readers, RFID Antennas, RFID Tags,RFID Inventory Control,Sports Timing, ETC, Vehicle Tracking,Library,Asset Tracking solutions,etc

Contact Details:

Name: Ms. Cindy Zhang

E-mail:cindy.zhang@vanch.net

website:www.vanch.net

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From: Cindy Zhang

Related topics : uhf rfid reader antenna / rfid for asset tracking and inventory management / rfid tag library management system / rfid warehouse management system / rfid tags for inventory management

How to Install RFID Systems Successfully: Gnome Portals: Host Louis Sirico

The Gnome Portal series are an ideal RFID solution for any public setting when an unobtrusive and tasteful design is desired. The Gnomes portals are suitable for: Retail and Wholesale Stores, Libraries, Commercial Offices, Institutional uses such as Museums and Conventions, and Hospitals/Healthcare environments.

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From: Louis Sirico

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RFID System Install Best Practices: Host Louis Sirico

In RFID Installation Best Practices, The RFID Network focuses on RFID conveyor, free-standing, portal, and dock door installations. Host: Louis Sirico

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From: Louis Sirico

Related topics : rfid portal system / rfid dock door

Maximize Your ROI on Returnable Assets with RFID from Strategic Systems

According to industry reports, Returnable Transport Items (RTIs) – the reusable totes, pallets, rolling racks, security containers and other durable packaging used by businesses to transport goods from site to site or across your warehouse floor – can have an annual shrink rate of up to 25 percent.

Whether they’re being accidentally discarded, hoarded for later use, or simply misplaced, when your returnable assets aren’t available when you need them, you’re losing the value you’ve...

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From: Strategic Systems & Technology Corp.

Related topics : rfid portal system / security system using rfid