Typical sectors

Furthermore, the use of RFID is common in the following sectors:


Large fashion brands have implemented RFID technology to their supply chains. Each product is labelled during its manufacture, thus obtaining real-time tracking of all their stock on the way to sale. RFID provides them agility, precision, and real-ti999999me information for all their products, especially sensitive at the points-of-sale.

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The management of traceability in an industry can become very complex. Supplier management, production tracking, and dispatch effectiveness are all points where RFID is an indispensable ally.

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Large companies in the pharmaceutical industry have implemented technology for extraordinary reasons:

1) Regulatory frameworks that require the Pharmaceutical Industry to conduct comprehensive control by product.

2) Theft during the supply chain, and imitations.

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Hospitals, clinics, and health centres are implementing RFID technology for tracking patients and medications in their facilities. The use of RFID for patients allows knowing their situation at every instant, to know waiting times, and to keep the family informed. With regard to medications, RFID is used to prevent errors in the supply of medications, both in the type of drug and in the quantity and number of doses.

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The health controls to which the food industry is subjected are continually stricter, and product traceability is essential to complying with the regulatory frameworks of the food industry. By using RFID, it is possible to obtain very valuable information: Source of the raw material? Which production line produced it? When? With this information, manufacturers can quickly and efficiently remove a defective or contaminated product.

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In a sector where more movements are made than in any other, there is no doubt about the value provided by RFID based on the dynamism: Agile and error-free picking, immediate transactions in the reception of merchandise, guaranteed operations in shipment, amongst other benefits.

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Sports timing

The RFID technology is, probably, one of the oldest and most revealing applications since, otherwise, it would not be possible to control the participation of 40.000 people in the current popular races such as the Behobia of San Sebastian or the San Silvestre Vallecana.

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Leaders in traceability solutions based on RFID technology

RFID technology is multi-purpose for multiple applications, and its use is very similar in supply chains for practically any activity, both globally and specifically in production, logistics, and retail processes as indicated below:

Supply chain management

RFID technology allows the supply chain to be digitised and therefore, to be totally controlled. Synchronising the links of the supply chain is essential for the perfect coordination between the parts of the supply chain. Achieve a supply chain that is connected to sales.

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Control of the production processes

RFID is one of the leading technologies in the Industry 4.0. It enables real-time tracking of products in progress in their phases and can provide productivity data. RFID is an ideal technology

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Accounting for stock in a warehouse

Avoid non-productive times by accounting for raw materials, products in progress, or finished products in stock, which is a pending task in many companies. Why waste time accounting for stock if RFID does it automatically?

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Real-time retail

The product not available for sale is a lost sale. Extensive control of products on display is crucial to commercial activity. RFID allows the full control of products available in retail.

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