Automatic Identification technology represents a great opportunity for retail sector, which can count on protection, but also reliability and speed for the availability and management of goods and inventory, these factors are found essential as key to offering a competitive service to the customer. Barcode and RFID retail technologies allow retailers to improve on-shelf availability, increase sales, cut labour costs, and improve customer service.
Industry and Automation
Today’s highly automated manufacturing processes require reliable tracking of materials, parts, or goods along the entire supply chain. When the number of goods flowing through the process increases and the processes become more complex, asset identification with a help of Automatic Identification technology increases efficiency and it becomes the backbone of the production line.
A barcode can store information about a type of product, RFID tags contain unique identifiers that correspond to inventory database records. Switching in logistics chain offers significant advantages over traditional inventory control methods. In the transportation phase of the supply chain, insurance of both vehicles and the company that deploys them is fundamental. With the ability to read and write new information on an RFID tag, is possible to record real time location and status on a vehicle.
Cutting Edge Technology
Committed to customers satisfaction, we provide both off the shelf and custom solutions to meet different requirements and application. Our extensive line of barcode readers is designed to cover different markets. Kaptur has long held the belief that business success is born from working closely with partners to develop outstanding industry solutions and services that answer the needs of our customers.
Using a handheld reader with RFID tags or barcode label in patient wristbands, drugs are matched with prescription information in electronic medical records. Some hospitals are taking innovative approaches to RFID. They sewed RFID tags into the seams of x-ray protection vests to reduce the time it takes to locate the vests for government inspections.
Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) refers to the process of automatically identifying and collecting data about objects/goods, then logging this information in a computer. The term AIDC refers to a range of different types of data capture devices. These include barcodes, biometrics, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), magnetic stripes, smart cards, OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and voice recognition.
Data collection enables discerning and predicting customer trends, forecasting repair times, enhancing operations in production, etc. The role of RFID is to act as a source of identification and a way of delivering information. RFID is an exceptional method of collecting data. Unlike barcode, it provides data on item level. Internet of Things, Big Data, Industrial Internet. These are prevalent themes which can be applied in different business areas.