Digitalquill is a specialist at making bespoke RFID Systems for businesses with the latest RFID technology. One of the most common uses for RFID is access control.
Access Control RFID Systems
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology uses electromagnetic waves to capture and read data wirelessly. Data is stored on an electronic tag that can be attached to an object. The tags can be read from several feet away using a special receiver. RFID systems are used in access control to allow only authorised personnel to pass a barrier.
RFID technology can be used in areas such as:
- Identification of people
- Access based security systems
- Parking facilities
- Gate and barrier control
- Tracking goods
RFID Access Control Management
A very common use of RFID systems is to control door entry systems using keyfobs or ID badges with an embedded transponder. Such systems are made up of three main components:
- RFID Tags
- RFID Reader
- Access Management Software
Data about the person holding the ID card is electronically stored on an embedded RFID transponder.
RFID Door Reader
An antenna on the RFID reader sends radio waves to detect if there are any RFID tags within range. The reader decodes the information from the transponder and sends a data signal to the controlling software.
RFID Access Management Software
Special software reads the signal from RFID reader and either grants or rejects access to the card holder.
Digitalquill – Experts in bespoke business RFID Systems
If you think RFID technology and bespoke systems development can assist your project, call us. Even if we establish that RFID is not the best solution, we will advise you on other options we can provide. Businesses and organisations all over the world use Digitalquill’s RFID systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness, and, most importantly, to save them money. We are experts in the provision of commercial RFID tags and RFID hardware. For more information on how RFID systems can help your business call us on 01482 424402 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.