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More robust than barcodes and with a longer range, RFID tags have been underutilised in the manufacturing world so far. However, as companies begin to see the practical benefits of the technology, RFID implementation has increased.
Automotive manufacturers have been successfully experimenting with RFID for tracking newly manufactured vehicles through outbound preparation and shipping at multiple global factories. This saves the driver having to get out of the vehicle to get paperwork stamped.
European Automation’s infographic contains ten simple tips – or jump off points – for companies wanting to implement RFID technology in a manufacturing environment. These include types of tag, suggested uses and issues to be aware of.
European Automation’s infographic follows a special report regarding the real benefits of RFID in industry. The report is available on the European Automation website, in the special reports section at www.euautomation.com/en/automated/