RFID applications are expanding into more and more markets as new RFID solutions are implemented. It is easy to find platforms of greater or lesser importance requiring traceability and data tracking.
Given the existence of products requiring specific unit-level control covering low and high frequency RFID tags, we find RFID uses and applications ranging from our pets’ chips to tracking our RFID tags, luggage, through clothing identification codes, using RFID technology as an improved barcode.
From these arguments, we extract infinite applications for which radio frequency identification in our work facility, whether production or storage, can be useful. The industry is growing steadily due to the constant need of the automation industry for new enhancements that optimize the overall performance of industrial production facilities.