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RFID Software

Going Beyond Hardware To True Data Visibility

Radley provides a complete RFID tracking system, whether you’re looking to track and automate finished goods, improve safety & maintenance, or keep track of equipment.

Best In Class Hardware

Radley works with the best RFID hardware manufacturers to provide solutions for your unique needs. Easily collect, manipulate and analyze your RFID data from portals, tags & readers.

Middleware Bridges the Gap

RFID software solutions are much more than installing hardware—without software, you’re simply reading tag data, not using it. Radley’s middleware processes and filters key data to truly maximize on your RFID investment.

Configurable To Your Processes

Our flexible solution integrates to almost any ERP or business system and shapes to your existing processes. Let Radley help you configure an RFID technology solution to fit your specific workflow!

End-to-End Solution

A  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tracking system is much more than purchasing and installing RFID hardware. An often overlooked but critical requirement is middleware or software. Middleware communicates with interrogators while processing and filtering tag data, which is then passed to your ERP or business system. Without software you’re simply reading tag data, not utilizing it.

  • Software / Middleware
  • Integration to ERP
  • Consulting
  • RFID Engineering
  • Hardware, Tags & Labels
  • Implementation & Training
  • Support

Benefits of Radley RFID

Designed to summarize, manipulate and analyze your data, Radley’s RFID tracking system goes far beyond basic reporting tools. As a result, your end users, processes and overall operations see tremendous value.

  • Boost Accuracy & Efficiency
  • Reduce Inventory Time
  • Real-Time Data & Metrics
  • Advanced Security
  • Reduce Material Expenses
  • Meet Compliance Requirements

RFID – Transformative Technology

RFID Technology and Its Applications

RFID is a tracking solution that employs intelligent bar codes to track objects. The acronym stands for Radio Frequency Identification. The automatic technology utilizes electromagnetic fields or radio waves to identify and track electronically stored information on items. The data is stored in tags which are then attached to the object. Unlike other data capturing methods like the use of barcode readers, RFID can read tags from a reading distance of 3 to 300 feet away, and they do not have to be within the reader’s direct line-of-sight.

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How it works

An RFID system comprises of three parts which include a scanning device (RFID reader), a transceiver (RFID antenna) which interprets the data, and a transponder (RFID tag) that contains programmed information. The scanning antenna emits radio-frequency signals which provide the tag with a means of communicating. In cases where the data is stored on passive RFID tags – which do not contain batteries, the frequencies power the tags and allow them to transmit information which is then picked up by the scanning antenna.

What are the advantages of RFID Technology?

RFID is a revolutionary technology that has many advantages over the barcode technology or other optical readers. One of the primary benefits of using RFID is that it identifies information stored on tags relatively faster. The typical read time is less than 100 milliseconds. Another advantage is RFID can read several tags at once rather than reading item by item. Also, RFID tags can be placed inside items, unlike barcodes which must be on the surface of an object and are therefore subject to wear.

Industrial Application

Radio Frequency Identification is quickly becoming the technology of choice for modern industries due to the growing need for automated labeling and traceability. Also, as the demand for mass production of manufactured or processed goods increases, manufacturing companies are turning to RFID solutions to simplify logistical management, including asset tracking.

Industries that use RFID technology include automotive, pharmaceutical, and food processing. Manufacturers in these companies use RFID to perform tasks such as inventory management, counterfeit prevention (in the pharmaceutical industry), asset tracking, and supply chain management.

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