RFID TECHNOLOGY AND TRACEABILITY
TO KNOW THE COMINGS AND GOINGS OF YOUR DRIVERS
By equipping rolling equipment with an RFID microchip, it is possible to recognize it at the level of the barrier to decide whether or not to allow it access.
The chip identifier being unique, the system verifies in real time if the equipment in question is authorized to access the site. The opening command is possibly sent to the barrier.
The system also keeps track of each pass in an SQL database to allow subsequent reports to be generated.
RFID WHAT IS IT?
is a generic term for technologies that use radio waves to automatically identify individual items.
THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS
to identify objects using RFID, but the most common method is to record a serial number identifying a product, and possibly other information, on a microchip attached to an antenna ( the whole chip and antenna is called RFID transponder or RFID tag).
allows the chip to transmit identifying information to a reader.
THE READER CONVERTS
the radio waves from the RFID tag into a format that can be transferred and processed by a computer.
is a technology widely used for inventory management, location of products of all kinds, location of rolling stock and entry-exit management.