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  • 23.10.2019 0 Posted in Solutions By SLon Sales

    The parking lot management system is a set of parking vehicles for vehicles, such as computer technology, RFID technology, wireless transmission technology, image digital processing technology, automatic control and other technologies, through computers, network equipment, vehicle-aware transmission equipment, and customer terminal equipment. The integrated management platform for on-site traffic guidance, parking status information release, and collection of parking fees, through the intersection release screen, WEB, mobile client, etc., to the vehicle management department, the owner to do dynamic information release, to facilitate management personnel to dispatch, Reduce the labor intensity of managers, use the fee management software to effectively supervise the parking fees, eliminate the phenomenon of private suspension and arrears, and effectively prevent the charging loopholes; at the same time, the system can realize real-time data collection and docking with traffic police data. Relevant traffic, illegal reminding of convenience services and alarming with the public security traffic police.

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  • 30.08.2018 0 Posted in Solutions By SLon Sales

    In the forefront of RFID technology applications are the British Marks & Spencer Group PLC (Marks & Spencer Group PLC), Japan's high-end clothing manufacturers Flandre, the United States Gap Limited, the famous German garment manufacturer Gardeur AG. Now RFID technology has been extended to the textile and garment industry production, warehousing, logistics and sales and so on.

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  • Prisons and other related units have a great pressure on the safety supervision of visiting personnel at the same time, because these units are frequent visitors, the status of visitors is very complicated, and there may be more potential safety hazards. At present, there have been violent incidents in prisons or detention centers in the country, resulting in casualties such as prison casualties and absconding of prison detainees.

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  • RFID and railway industry


    Building a smarter world:

    How RFID changes the railway industry

    The history of rail transport can be traced back to nearly 500 years, modern rail transport (ie steam transport)
    The locomotive) began in the UK in the early 19th century. Fast forward to the 20th century: business is
    Become competitive, many industries are forced to adopt new technologies
    Improve efficiency while reducing costs. Some of the techniques used include barcodes
    Technology, machine vision and radio frequency identification (RFID) because they provide a quick means
    Automation and subsequent cost reductions.

    As the industry seeks ways to improve efficiency, the railway industry has followed suit. north
    US railroad officials began researching various technologies, including bar code technology, to automate
    Many tedious processes done manually. This includes tracking rail cars and ticketing.
    Unfortunately, bar code technology is considered ineffective and does not meet the needs of the railway.
    industry. For example, the rail industry requires tracking railcars during transportation (usually during fast driving)
    Speed) and the required labels that can be read under adverse weather conditions, such as precipitation and
    Extreme temperature. RFID, a form of wireless communication using electromagnetic fields (radio
    Wave) is used to identify and track tags attached to objects that have been successfully used
    The electronic toll collection system has therefore been studied by officials on how RFID is used in railways.

    RFID meets all the needs of the rail industry because it does not require sight and can be used extremely
    weather. Since the North American rail system is so interconnected, all stakeholders must do this.
    Agree to use a system in North America. This is how the Amtech RFID system was born. In the 1990s,
    The American Railway Association (AAR) uses this RFID system as an industry standard. 

    Today, RFID continues to be used by the global rail industry to identify and track rail vehicles, ensuring personnel safety, andImprove customer service

    Advantages of railway RFID


    It turns out that RFID is a very effective form of automation and efficiency.
    Railway industry. On the track, the RFID tag is attached to the railcar (also known as the locomotive)
    Programming with basic information such as identification numbers, companies, device types and RFID and railway industry
    Detailed information about the contents of railway vehicles. Typically, this information will be cross-referenced with the database
    Finally provide more detailed information about the bill of lading, source and destination.

    In addition to marking railcars with merchandise, RFID is also used in passenger railroad sections. For example, RFID can be used in train stations for ticketing purposes or even portal access (ie, rail gates)
    Automatically open and close). In this application, RFID is used to enhance customer service and increase Safe and reduce errors. In the case of automatic rail doors, RFID reduces the risk of injury, death and injury.
    Even a lawsuit.

    Here are the main benefits of using RFID in the rail industry:


    asset Management

    • Tracking: Track the ability of equipment and railcars (especially in transit) to ensure traceability and maximum asset utilization
    • Security: Preventing theft and tampering of goods (ie rumors)

    Efficient ticketing


    • Customer Satisfaction: Provides real-time information about the location of the train
    Can be used to update passengers at stations and terminals
    • Efficiency: Automatically collect fares, reduce lineup and improve
    Overall travel time

    maintenance


    • Service History: Track maintenance and repair history for each maintenance rail car to prevent any mechanical failure

    Improve security


    Personnel safety: ensuring the safety of the track staff
    • Railway vehicle safety: monitor the temperature of the bearing to prevent it
    Overheating; detecting defective wheels and pantographs; found
    Load imbalance
    • Portal access: Make sure to open the rail door at the right time

    RFID advantage


    There are many technologies that claim to increase efficiency and reduce operating costs, but for this purpose
    To be successful, the technology must be well suited to the industry and specific applications. E.g,
    Barcode technology is very successful in the retail and medical fields and has been tested in the rail industry

    But was abandoned due to performance issues. Another example of technical failure in railways
    Industry is an infrared system. This technology has also been abandoned because it is like a barcode or an infrared tag.
    Need a line of sight. Therefore, RFID meets the requirements of accuracy, durability and design requirements.

    RFID is very suitable for the railway industry for a number of reasons:
    RFID systems operate in all weather conditions; they are rugged and durable for all weather conditions
    The RFID system has a long read range that allows the rail car to automatically scan during transport
    RFID readers automatically read tags even when the train is driving at high speed
    RFID tags do not require "line of sight"; dirt can cover the label and still read
    RFID tags do not require a battery and are environmentally friendly
    The railway industry is already familiar with the use of radio waves, so the adoption adds little to the burden
    No privacy issues when using RFID to track rail cars
    RFID and GPS are well integrated, as a complementary technology to further improve tracking
    ability
    Passive RFID tags do not contain a power supply and therefore have a long life

    in conclusion


    RFID is a mature technology in the railway industry. It has been adopted by many media around the world Railway company. In fact, certain regional legislation requires the use of RFID.
    application. There are many benefits to using RFID, including asset management and real-time
    Track, streamline ticketing, track maintenance at a single rail vehicle level, and increase
    Safety is ensured by monitoring the “health” of specific railway vehicles. RFID is a versatile technology that can be used Various methods can achieve many different results. In the railway industry, railcars can be labeled, but RFID can also
    It can also be used for automated ticketing and other functions at the train station, such as portal/door access.
    Care must be taken to plan the deployment of RFID programs on the track to be successful. use RFID often needs to change business processes and workflows, and these changes require changes Resources such as time, money, and coordination to avoid disrupting normal operations during the launch.
    In addition, industry agreements must also be followed.
    Using RFID in the railway industry can reduce derailment and reduce maintenance costs.
    Effective use of transportation networks. It improves the safety of goods, passengers and personnel. Such as
    Time has proven that RFID has proven itself to be a valuable investment in the rail industry and can deliver a rapid return on investment.

    Trusted RFID partner


    Our RFID solutions are designed for applications such as retail
    Logistics, medical device tracking, access control and more management systems. To learn more about our full range of products
    For UHF RFID products and services, please contact us at +86 18627262184 or email us at order@slonparts.com

  • 26.08.2018 0 Posted in Solutions By SLon Sales

    RFID intelligent laundry management system

    The solution is to sew a strip-shaped electronic label on each piece of cloth. The electronic label has a global unique identification code, that is, each piece of cloth will have a unique management mark until the cloth is scrapped (label can be Reuse, but does not exceed the life of the label itself). In the entire use of cloth and washing management, the use status and number of washings of the cloth will be automatically recorded by the RFID reader. Support batch reading of labels during washing handover, making the task of washing tasks simple and transparent, reducing business disputes. At the same time, by tracking the number of washings, the user can estimate the current life of the linen and provide forecast data for the procurement plan.


    First, the background

    At present, hotels, hospitals, baths and professional washing companies are facing the process of handling thousands of pieces of work clothes, linens, washing, ironing, finishing and storage every year. How to effectively manage each piece? The washing process, the number of washings, the inventory status and the effective classification of the linen are a great challenge:
    1. The paper washing task is handed over, the procedure is complicated, and the query is difficult;
    2, because of the fear of cross-infection, the statistics on the number of certain cloths to be washed can not be carried out, the number of washings and tasks do not match easily lead to commercial disputes;
    3. Each step of the washing process cannot be accurately monitored, and the linen is leaky;
    4. The washed linen is accurately classified to save storage space;
    5. The minimum safe stock of each piece of linen cannot be accurately arranged.
    Second, the system introduction

    The introduction of RFID radio frequency identification technology will make the user's laundry management more transparent, improve the work efficiency, and solve the management problems that can not be achieved by other technologies in the past, such as: large quantities of cloth to be washed, Handover.
    The solution is to sew a strip-shaped electronic label on each piece of cloth. The electronic label has a global unique identification code, that is, each piece of cloth will have a unique management mark until the cloth is scrapped (label can be Reuse, but does not exceed the life of the label itself). In the entire use of cloth and washing management, the use status and number of washings of the cloth will be automatically recorded by the RFID reader. Support batch reading of labels during washing handover, making the task of washing tasks simple and transparent, reducing business disputes. At the same time, by tracking the number of washings, the user can estimate the current life of the linen and provide forecast data for the procurement plan.
       

    Third, the system efficacy

    1, labor can be reduced by 40-50%;
    2. Visualize more than 99% of the linen products to reduce the risk of missing cloth;
    3. Improved supply chain management will reduce work time by 20-25%;
    4. Improve the accuracy and reliability of stored information;
    5. Efficient and accurate data collection to provide operational efficiency;
    6. Distribute and recycle the automatic collection of handover data to reduce human error;
    7. Reduce the overall cost of user's linen washing management.
    Fourth, the main components of the system
    1, RFID electronic tags
    2, RFID tag card issuer SR-U8632
    3, RFID fixed reader SR-U8910
    4, RFID handheld reader SR-U7900
    5, laundry management system


    Fifth, system design
    1, label sewing
    The strip shape label can be used to sew on the cloth to be managed through a small cloth bag or directly. The sewing position is easy to find, and it is recommended to select a fixed position uniformly.
    2, customer management
    Add and modify customer information, including list of units, contacts, phone and address.

    3, label entry
    The chip in the RFID tag can store data, associate each piece of information to be managed with the RFID tag ID into the database, and record and track the workflow and life cycle of each piece of work clothes and linen.
    4, dirt check check

    The dirt with the RFID tag is directly packed. The number is automatically captured by a fixed RFID reader channel and the ID of each piece of dirt read is recorded. Because the data is not manually counted, on the one hand, it improves work efficiency, and it also brings convenience to the hospital and provides quality services.
    5, clean linen inventory
    After the linen is cleaned, it is again checked through the fixed RFID reader channel to check whether there is a lack of linen during the washing process, and print the records to be handed over to the user.
    6, linen sorting classification
    With the uniqueness of the RFID tag, it can help sort the linen of each ward, and confirm the misplaced position through the RFID reading device before packaging.
    7, linen query

    You can check the information of each piece of cloth by scanning the label of the linen to prevent the loss and confusion.

    8, inventory inquiry

    Sixth, system assembly process
    1. Product identification:
    Each piece of clothing is identified by sewing a buttoned RFID electronic tag on each piece of laundry that needs to be managed. The RFID smart tag chip has a global unique ID number, and has a user area for writing data, and can write specific attributes of the clothes in the tag, such as the owner of the clothes, the life of the clothes, the number of washings of the clothes, the model of the clothes, etc. Wait.

    2, automatic counting:
    It is divided into incoming material inventory and physical inventory, accurate number of handovers each time. For packing dirt, it can be packaged through RFID tunnel reading equipment for accurate inventory, and the accuracy rate can reach 100%. The data is objective and scientific and can be used to The user checks the number of handovers. At the same time, the clean clothing that is ready to be returned to the user is also confirmed by the RFID tunnel reading device and the list is listed.
    3. Automatic sorting:
    At present, enterprises and users manually transfer clothes. Therefore, the uniqueness of RFID tags can be used to sort clean clothes in the washing plant area, and can be directly sorted to the minimum user unit and packaged, so that manual sorting time can be saved. Reduce staffing.
    4, washing times record:
    Due to the characteristics of the RFID tag, the number of washings of the laundry can be recorded, the life of the laundry can be predicted, the inventory of the laundry can be reasonably controlled, and the user can be provided with a more scientific service.
  • RFID for airport solutions
    Airport uses RFID to improve the traveler experience
    Passengers at the airport generate a large amount of baggage and need to be transported by baggage car. During peak hours, the cart may run out and bring frustration to the traveler. Previously, staff had to manually sweep through various parts of the airport to relocate the cart.

    The airport deployed a pilot project using RFID technology that improves operations and the traveler experience by ensuring that carts are available at the time and place that passengers need. Here's how the solution works:

    The airport is marked with a cart with an RFID tag
    A shopping cart with a gateway identification tag installed around the airport baggage claim area
    Software can interpret RFID data and alert airport workers in the event that the number of vehicles is extremely low and replenishment is required
    The solution allows the airport to manage shopping cart inventory, monitor the performance of service contractors, and establish a maintenance history for each car.

    Providing a trolley at the right place at the right time can significantly improve the passenger experience. The data collected by the system will enable the forecasting team to improve the modeling tool so that the replenishment process can be more efficiently planned. In addition, if the number of trams in critical areas is reduced, real-time data on inventory levels will alert the tram management team.

    If the pilot project is extended to full deployment, the airport expects data collected from RFID solutions to help further reduce operating costs and improve the passenger experience.

    Airport employees use RFID to improve operational efficiency
    A busy airport needs a luggage cart for visitors to use. The airport hopes to collect data on baggage usage to improve the customer experience and operational efficiency of airport employees. With its RFID solution, the airport's innovation team:

    Increase the speed of shopping cart replenishment, especially during busy travel times
    Reduce the time it takes to manually position the cart
    Increase your understanding of the frequency of shopping carts

  • 23.10.2019 0

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    There are two antennas in a system.

    The software used to control a system is tailored to suit the application that it serves.  It can range from small standalone programs that are simply detecting a tag and storing that information to systems that use large databases contained in the cloud to collect information and make decisions.

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  • Readers are available in many different configurations.  All readers accomplish some basic tasks and then may have additional features. All readers can communicate with the tags and learn their identity.  Most also can write to the tag.

    There are two basic types of reader, though these come in many different variations:  fixed and portable (sometime called hand-held).

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    • A hard shell around the tag chip and antenna for a more rugged application.
      This form factor may or may not include adaptions to allow the tag to be mounted on metal surfaces
    • Flexible shells to allow attachment to curved surfaces while still affording the extra protection of a shell
    • Embedded in a plastic surround such as an ID card
    • As part of a thread used in the manufacture of garments etc.
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