MOSCOW, December 8 – RIA Novosti. Vladislav Ovchinsky, head of the city’s Department of Investment and Industrial Policy (DIPP), said the manufacturer of RFID products in Moscow has launched a new line of encapsulated tags to identify large moving and stationary objects.
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification, radio frequency identification) is a method of automatically identifying objects when data stored in transponders or RFID tags is read or written using radio signals.
“The products of the Zelenograd company ISBC have been used for 20 years in a number of important projects for Moscow and other Russian cities. The company’s developments allow RFID technologies to be used in almost all areas of life. For example, the company offers warehouse services for transport and logistics, industrial, construction companies and enterprises. launched a new series of packaged labels to automate and optimize its operation.This type of labels will be indispensable for projects where it is necessary to read large objects from a long distance. makes them resistant. This allows you to attach them to metal containers, cars or plastic containers,” said Ovchinsky.
The products are available in 11 different colors and allow labels to be personalized according to customers’ corporate colors or project requirements. The devices are designed to identify moving and stationary large objects. Each RFID tag has its own unique identifier assigned at the time of manufacture, providing a high level of product protection against counterfeiting. Also, the tags do not require batteries. Once within range of the reader, it is powered by electromagnetic radiation and responds with its unique number.
Today, RFID technologies make it possible to automate the accounting and assessment of wear of industrial equipment, the registration of vehicles and wagons, the movement of pallets, the tracking of containers and the weighing of trucks. RFID solutions ensure control, reduce costs and prevent human error.
“The Internet of Things penetrates more deeply into all business areas and allows you to transmit, receive and analyze data from various systems. The identification of objects in the Industrial Internet of Things facilitates routing and inventory as well as prevents process shutdowns and losses. Customized RFID label solutions are tailored to customers’ needs. It will enable the implementation of unique scenarios, increase the profitability of enterprises, production safety and reliability of logistics. ISBC Group of Companies Object Identity Department Sales Director.
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