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Track production in real time with RFID technology

Among the main advantages of RFID technology is the possibility of real-time and automatic identification of states in the production process.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that connects the physical and digital worlds, providing businesses with a wide range of possibilities to improve their operations and services.

Businesses can use IoT devices to monitor and collect data from the physical world, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, location and movement of objects. This data can then be processed and analysed to obtain useful information to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase safety and enhance the customer experience.

For example, a manufacturing company could use IoT sensors to monitor the status of machines and tools, collect data on tool performance and wear and tear, and predict when parts need to be replaced or preventive maintenance performed. In this way, the company can reduce machine downtime and improve production efficiency.

How it works

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

The tags, in turn, can be read by radio frequency and, therefore, also remotely, by the antennas, i.e. mobile or fixed readers that transmit the information directly to the software.

Furthermore, the tags can be ‘customised’ according to their field of use and are designed to work properly on various surfaces, even metal ones.

Main features:


- Track and know the status of the production process in real time;

- Minimise the risk of loss and theft;

- Pieno controllo del flusso produttivo;

- Minimise the risk of loss and theft;

'' With this solution you have the entire production at your fingertips! ''

PROJECT ‘F.M.A. – Yarns Made to Measure for the Environment

''A new eco-sustainable layout model for the fashion world''

Infinity-ID (Mod Security S.r.l.), in partnership with CIOCCA SPA and FILMAR SPA, has undertaken a RandS project consisting of the reorganisation of the production and logistical process between FILMAR (cotton yarn manufacturers) and CIOCCA (high-end hosiery and knitwear manufacturers) aimed at reducing waste throughout the production chain through the activation of assembly-to-order and just-in-time logics. In addition, thanks to the use of RFID technology implemented by Infinty-ID (Mod Security S.r.l.), each yarn spool produced can be linked to the finished garment, which will retain all the information useful both to the companies in the logistics-production chain, to improve the knowledge of their processes, and to the end customers. The end customer will be able to be informed about the characteristics of the garment he or she is wearing through a QrCode.

''We want to promote greater transparency and increased product traceability throughout the supply chain, with a view to economic and environmental sustainability.''