Going Beyond Hardware To True Data Visibility
Radley provides a complete RFID tracking system. From powerful software, to the best RFID hardware, Radley fits your unique needs. 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 meet 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. Because without software, you’re just reading tag data, not using it. Radley’s middleware processes key data, so you can maximize on your RFID investment.
Configurable To Your Processes
Our flexible solution integrates to almost any ERP or business system. Also, it shapes to your existing processes. So let Radley configure an RFID technology solution to fit your specific workflow!
A Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tracking system is much more than RFID hardware. For example, an often overlooked but critical need is middleware or software. Middleware communicates with interrogators. At the same time it processes and filters tag data. Then the data passes to your ERP or business system. Without software you’re just reading tag data, not utilizing it.
- Software / Middleware
- Integration to ERP
- RFID Engineering
- Hardware, Tags & Labels
- Implementation & Training
Benefits of Radley RFID
Radley’s RFID tracking system goes far beyond basic reporting tools. It’s designed to summarize and analyze your data. As a result, your end users, processes and operations see a valuable return on your investment.
- 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 uses electromagnetic fields or radio waves. These fields identify and track information stored in tags attached to items. Unlike other data capturing methods, RFID can read tags from a reading distance of 3 to 300 feet away. Also, unlike the use of barcode readers, they do not have to be within the reader’s direct line-of-sight.
HOW IT WORKS
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF RFID TECHNOLOGY?
INDUSTRIAL RFID APPLICATIONS
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