RFID Technology overview

RFID systems consist of a reader device which transmits a radio-frequency signal to a specially designed transponder , data tag or PIT tag which responds with a return radio signal. The primary benefits of an RFID system include the elimination of clerical errors in recording data; faster data collection and a reduction in labour and paperwork required to process data. The advantages of RFID systems over other ID technologies (such as barcode and magnetic stripe) include: Reliable operation in a harsh environments (in wet, dusty, dirty conditions; corrosive environments; applications where vibration and shocks are considerations). Non-contact operation. Freedom from line-of-sight constraints (transponders can be read irrespective of orientation and through virtually any material, including flush mounted in or surface mounted on metals).

Radio Frequency Identification System applications include; asset management, access control, livestock management, theft prevention, keg and gas cylinder tracking, attendance verification, mobile patrol management, essential maintenance, security tagging, leak detection.

Haritha Technologies deals with extensive range of hand held and mains readers, OEM boards and transponders. Complete hardware and software solutions for access control, patrol management and maintenance verification.