Posts Tagged ‘RFID tag options’

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. […]


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 […]


How Accurate Is RFID Asset Tracking?

One of the main benefits of switching to an RFID-based asset tracking system is the increase in accuracy and efficiency. Many of our customers have been using manual or barcode processes for years. They find themselves spending hours pouring over spreadsheets and matching up line items every year. The switch to RFID asset tracking saves […]


Avoiding Common RFID Initial Tagging Pitfalls

One of the most crucial steps in your RFID tag implementation is assigning asset tags.  Depending on how many assets you are attempting to tag at once, this process can be time consuming.  Proper planning before you begin tagging will save you a lot of time and effort, and you will avoid some of the most common mistakes.  We […]


Laptop Tracking

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Tracking IT assets such as laptops poses interesting problems, especially when you have security requirements. Some specific challenges seen with laptop tracking includes:  Metal  Ensuring good read rates  Tag placement  Laptops generally have a significant amount of metal on them, so using passive RFID tags can be a challenge.  Sometimes laptops have a plastic outer layer, however the metal inside the […]


FAQ: Does RFID Read Through Walls?

We get this question quite often and the simple answer is “yes”. RFID readers can read through walls, but it is fairly easy ensure it is reading tags in only one room at a time. Walls constructed of concrete and cinder block will typically prevent most RFID tags from reading through the walls.  However, if your walls are constructed of […]