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Infographic: 3 Components of an RFID System

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RFID For Tracking Equipment

RFID inventory tracking is an ideal solution for research and manufacturing companies who are looking to track their equipment and capital assets. Often these organizations have trouble finding their equipment when it comes time to use it, calibrate it, or service it. If you utilize a manual or barcode approach to inventory management, you will […]

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Does RFID help you to locate missing assets?

Utilizing RFID during your inventory process can in fact help you locate missing assets and save you from having to replace those assets. This is one of the most popular features of utilizing an RFID asset management software system. Most companies utilizing a barcode scanner or a manual inventory process are going out and performing […]

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Can RFID be used for inventory management?

One of the most common applications of RFID is tracking and managing an organization’s assets for an inventory. Software like RFTrack utilizes RFID asset tags and readers to find and bring visibility to assets. With RFID systems you can increase inventory accuracy, reduce manpower, and improve regulatory compliance. RFID Increases Inventory Accuracy When doing a […]

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Has RFID Technology Improved Recently?

If it has been 10-15 years since you have looked into RFID systems, there have been some significant advancements. About 3 years ago there were updates to the handheld manufacturers and they went from an outdated Windows Mobile handheld that has a slower, older, and harder to use to the newer Android operating system versions. […]

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What information do RFID tags store?

RFID tags contain serial numbers and use radio waves to transmit their data to RFID handheld readers. Often our customers ask us if RFID tags can be encoded with more than just sequence numbers. We aim to answer that question, and more, for you today. RFID tags hold one specific serial number for an asset. […]

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What Are The Components Of An RFID System?

When deciding whether an RFID fixed asset tracking system is the right choice for your organization, it’s important to know all the different components that go into a successful implementation. This way you can plan in advance to ensure all components are ready before you begin to tag assets. At inLogic, we specialize in implementing […]

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Can RFID Readers Read Multiple Tags?

Absolutely, yes! One of the best features of switching to RFID Fixed Asset tracking is that you can read dozens of tags per second. Compared to barcode handheld readers, RFID handheld readers can eliminate the need to scan each individual asset for your inventory. Many companies are using manual and barcode processes to complete their […]

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Can RFID Be Used for Tracking Fixed Assets?

The short answer is “absolutely” and at inLogic, our software RFTrack is built for exactly this type of scenario. Fixed asset tracking is all about keeping track of your organization’s physical assets throughout your location. Companies track a variety of different types of fixed assets, some examples being computers, servers, IT equipment, furniture, vehicles, machinery, […]

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How Does an RFID Asset Tracking System Work?

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An RFID Asset Tracking Software like RFTrack utilizes radio frequency communication to receive data wirelessly from RFID tags. These tags are attached to objects (assets) that need to be tracked for inventory purposes such as office/IT/manufacturing/research equipment, servers, vehicles, and furniture. Inside each RFID asset tag, there is an antenna which a handheld reader or […]

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