Most RFID systems consist of three elements:
- Tag: It’s composed of an antenna to transmit and to receive signals and an RFID chip that contains information on the object to which it’s affixed;
- Reader: It’s the mind of the RFID system and it’s necessary for the operation of any system. The reader is used to query and receive the information contained in the tag;
- Management Software: allows you to manage information coming from the tag and enables users to make informed decisions and take action.
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In 2013 Doug Stephens, founder of the Retail Prophet website, stated:
“We will see more disruption in the next 10 years of retail than we did in the previous 1,000.”
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These are some of the most frequently asked questions about RFID technology. We hope you can find the answer you are looking for!
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In a few days, in Milan, it will be held the 2019 edition of MIDO. The largest international event dedicated to the global eyewear sector, with over 52,000 appearances and more than 1,200 exhibitors from around the world.
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Satisfying the rational and emotional needs related to the product is no longer sufficient. Increasingly, the consumer seeks an exclusive and trustful relationship with the brand he chooses.
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What is BlueBerry RFID reader and how does it work?
BlueBerry is an RFID key fob reader capable of reading a UHF / HF RFID tag and transmit it via Bluetooth® to any device equipped with that interface. With the push of a single button, this easy-to-use device allows the reading and transmission of RFID tag data to a mobile device.
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The exponential growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is now under everyone’s watch. In particular, according to a recent study by IoT Analytics, the IoT market currently has 7 billion connected devices worldwide.
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As December 25 approaches, the days of Santa and his Elves are becoming frenetic and more demanding. Fortunately, in the last year the Internet of Things has been fully integrated into the world’s most famous toy industry.
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