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Demand the Best from Your RFID Partner

That seems like a no-brainer statement, but often I find myself talking to customers who are frustrated with their current vendor for a myriad of reasons. 307 more words

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Special RFID Tags for Non-Metallic Application

The BIS U Identification System is classified as a non-contacting system with read and write functionality for single or multiple UHF tags. This allows it to transport not only programmed information that is fixed on the data carrier (tag), but also to collect and pass on tag information to interfacing control or data collection systems. 111 more words

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Machine Tool Identification with RFID -Automation for Advanced Machining

When most people think of automation in manufacturing the first thing that comes to mind is usually a robot. Without a doubt, robots play an integral part in automating the production process, and let’s face it they are pretty cool. 268 more words

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To OCV, or OCR, that is the question

To OCV, or OCR: that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler to use OCV (Optical Character Verification) to verify print,
Or OCR (Optical Character Recognition) to… 153 more words

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Work-in-Process (WIP) Tracking with BIS M HF RFID System

Manufacturing plants utilizing automated assembly have unique requirements when it comes to tracking their work-in-process (WIP). Tracking can also include all the lineage information from all the components used in the final assembly. 161 more words

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QR Codes for Business vs Industry

In a previous post I discussed the different types of bar codes. Aside from the 1D bar codes that we see in the grocery store, the most common type of bar code today is the QR code. 210 more words

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UHF making a big impact on manufacturing

Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) RFID is quickly becoming the go-to identification system for flexible manufacturing lines around the world. While it was once considered to be a system designed primarily for distribution centers and retail stores, UHF technology has evolved to meet the rigors of the manufacturing environment. 319 more words

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