According to a recent study by Zion research, the RFID Market is set to double by 2020 to $22 billion.
What is RFID?
RFID is an acronym that stands for radio frequency identification. It uses electronic devices, tags, readers and software. RFID can serve a similar purpose to a barcode, in that it allows an object to be uniquely identified, but has a number of advantages. RFID hardware does not need as much scanner precision as a barcode, and tags can be hidden inside objects
RFID systems can be used in a range of applications and is particularly powerful when combined with RFID software in operational management. It can help improve efficiency and be used in inspection monitoring such as security walks. RFID tags are relatively inexpensive and RFID Software Development specialists such as Digitalquill can adapt software for almost any operational environment.
Some uses of RFID Systems includes:
- Asset Tracking
- Access Control
- Staff Clocking
- Scientific research
- Livestock tagging
- Companion animal tagging
- Manufacturing process management
A benefit of RFID compared to other systems is its versatility. RFID transponders can be used to track anything from library books to vehicles. The technology is coming of age, and RFID hardware can be found almost everywhere you look.
Digitalquill RFID Systems Experts
Digitalquill are experts in RFID Software Development and their systems are used all over the world. Whether you need to manage the rental gas cylinders, the servicing routine for lawnmowers, customer relationship management in a beauty salon or control access to buildings and yards; Digitalquill have software that will help you.
If you need an integrated RFID hardware and software solution, contact Digitalquill for a discussion of your needs. We can assist with everything from initial planning to business process improvement and we arrange for the supply and installation of equipment; the development of RFID software; and the ongoing support of RFID systems.