Rfid Inventory Management

Rfid Inventory Management

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Inventory logistics is one of the key elements for the success of any company. It is essential to maintain accurate control of incoming materials, goods in process, and finished goods. Besides, efficient inventory control allows the correct packaging and dispatch of products, maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction.

To achieve excellent management of your warehouse, the wisest thing to do is to count on state-of-the-art technologies. Among the different alternatives, RFID inventory management stands out because it helps to manage logistics efficiently and profitably. You should know more about the different applications of an RFID asset tracking system in your warehouse.

Top-5 Applications of an RFID Inventory Management System in the Warehouse

  1. Mass Encoding

A cloud-based RFID asset tracking system can mass encode alike items, making it ideal for items coming off the production line, or before they are moved to the warehouse or the customer. For this, RFID asset tracking equipment is placed on the conveyor lines, such as tunnel readers. The reader then encodes the same company prefix and product information and places consecutive serial numbers. A top-of-line system such as those implemented by ENASYS can process hundreds of items per minute and can be configured according to the customer's specific needs.

  1. Aggregation

This process involves the grouping of several items (tags) into a bulk item. Typically companies use RFID technology to aggregate individual items into bundle tags, and each bundle item into pallet tags. By using this method, verification processes are optimized, since by scanning a single tag, the system will know what is in the whole package. This saves operators from having to read each tag, each item-level tag, or each case-level tag.

  1. Dangerous Environments

RIFD inventory monitoring and management systems are ideal for maintaining control of production and transportation of goods in potentially hazardous locations. With this technology, there is no need for proximity or contact to obtain information from a tag. So, you can conveniently place readers in high-risk areas, and maintain inventory control while keeping your operators safe.

  1. Pallet Wrapping

RFID systems significantly speed up packing times and processes. Radio waves pass through packaging and stacks, allowing a receiver to read all RFID tags that are stacked on a pallet. This will allow it to automatically verify that each pallet has the correct number of packages, and group everything into a single tag at the same time as it is packed.

  1. Dock Doors

Controlling the merchandise that enters or leaves the warehouse is essential, and RFID technology is ideal for achieving this. By placing an arc or column of sensors on the dock door, you can scan every pallet or package coming in or going out. The system reads the physical information and compares it to the documentation. If something doesn't match, then it will generate an alarm for action to be taken.

Rely on ENASYS

If you want to take your warehouse operations to the next level, you can count on the best RFID control system company: ENASYS. We are the reference company in the design, implementation, and support of inventory management systems, and we are ready to boost your business. We have completely customized solutions, starting at only $35/month. Contact us and learn more about our RFID asset tracking technology and services.

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