As an alternative to barcode technology, radio frequency identification (RFID) may be more suitable for certain users depending on its application. The main difference between these two systems is line of sight, as RFID tags do not have to be positioned directly in line of sight to its scanner—users can easily scan RFID tags from a greater distance. Although more costly than barcodes, RFID tags can be read at a faster rate since multiple tags can be read at once. If data security is an issue for users, RFID tags would provide greater security due to its ability to encrypt data and include password protection.
A basic RFID system is comprised of RFID tags, scanners, printers, and middleware. In order to offer our clients comprehensive solutions, we conveniently carry all components to the RFID system.