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Would you like to locate, in real time, any products, objects or packages within your company?

RFID is nowadays a technology that is certainly more efficient than the more widely used and well-known bar code. It allows hundreds of products to be identified at the same time without any waste, thus achieving accuracy and speed.

Each tag, also known as an RFID tag, consists mainly of a microchip and an antenna and is applied to the object to be identified.

It is then read by an antenna, connected to an RFID reader which, via an interface available on various devices such as a PC, tablet or smartphone, detects the passage of the specially ‘tagged’ object and reads its data.

Furthermore, they can be ‘customised’ according to their field of application and are designed to work properly on various surfaces, including metal surfaces.

Thanks to this system, it is possible to track every move in real time, identifying each individual product, container or specially labelled warehouse shelf, not only reducing picking errors, but also ensuring accuracy and speed throughout the entire production process.

In fact, it is no longer necessary to open packages to check their contents, nor is it necessary to perform manual counting for inventory verification.

With a series of remote scans, it is possible to identify and verify the presence of specific items within each individual package.

All this is possible thanks to Logic, a software solution that aims to achieve maximum efficiency in any business thanks to its broad functional coverage and ease of use that meets the needs of all companies from large ones to SMEs.

The main features/applications of Logic are:

The same RFID tag can also be used in the retail world, hidden directly in the garment or object to be identified, thus performing the function of anti-shoplifting to prevent theft.

In conclusion, RFID technology allows for greater and more efficient management of the entire business, significantly reducing logistical and management costs, thus enabling the entire production process to be controlled, even remotely.

Inbound and outbound: For verifying the correctness of shipments and receipt of goods.

Rapid inventory: Generally carried out using readers that allow readings from 5-6 metres away.

Product search: To identify your product within hundreds of packages.

Production progress: Functionality that tracks each stage of your product’s processing

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