In the context of door access control, radio frequency identification, or RFID, technology is used to enable the exchange of data between key cards and readers. Ideal for use in access control systems, RFID cards have a uniquely identifiable tag that can be detected by a reader up to a few feet awayThe easy solution for implementing driver authentication using RFID. Read is able to receive identification data wirelessly from passive transponders (cards, tags, etc.).
Perfect monitoring solution for a wide use in the cold chain logistics, freezers, refrigerators andother temperature sensitive cases. Sensor is EN12830-2018 certified. Sensor uses advanced Bluetooth 4.0 BLE technology to get data from long distance, it can work from internal battery up to 7.5 years! Collected temperature information of the surrounding environment is transferred to FMB device which has possibility to support up to four temperature sensors at the same time!
RFID is commonly used in Access Control, using radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to allow the transfer data to identify people of objects without making physical contact. Every smart access card you have is built on what is known as radio frequency identification, or RFID for short. Basically, RFID is the function that allows devices to communicate with each other via radio waves, using them to transmit information back and forth. Usage of RFID Systems include Logistics & Supply Chain Visibility. Winning in the supply chain means increasing efficiency, reducing errors, and improving quality, Item Level Inventory Tracking, Race Timing, Attendee Tracking, Materials Management, IT Asset Tracking, Access Control and Tool Tracking