Radio Frequency Identification Technology can present a whole world of benefits for businesses. It’s versatility and efficiency are enough to completely transform the day to day functions of any modern-day business. For instance, businesses can now better track their assets in real time, knowing exactly where their inventory and assets are located, where they have been, and where they are going. Ultimately, this will help supply chain businesses maintain a clearer picture of their inventory, in addition to their mechanical assets.
In addition, RFID Technology can improve workplace productivity by making systems flow more smoothly with a heightened sense of visibility and limit the potential for workplace theft. The potential benefits also go far beyond the previously mentioned talking points, potentially helping supply chain businesses find success more quickly than ever before.
WES’ comprehensive RFID Solutions and Services benefits organizations in Automobile, Construction, Manufacturing, Distribution, Education, Healthcare or Hospitality. RFID Technology will help you increase productivity, increase revenues and improve quality data capture.
Our RFID Solutions and Services goes from In-House Research, Strategic Development to Implementation, WES can deliver both standard or customized RFID Solutions. Our expert RFID team can help you in the process of choosing the solution that best fits your organization’s individual needs.
UHF RFID Reader Modules
UHF RFID Reader Modules are designed to serve market applications that require high performance at a low cost. The module enables adding UHF RFID to nearly any product, but is especially suited for use in mobile computers and tablets, fixed position readers, handheld scanners, and diagnostic equipment
RFID Fixed Readers
Fixed readers are costeffective network devices designed to support diverse RFID applications in both enterprise and industrial environments that require a scalable RFID system with a low cost per read point.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically-stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader's interrogating radio waves. Active tags have a local power source (such as a battery) and may operate hundreds of meters from the RFID reader.