RFID Stickers

RFID stickers are thin tags that can be attached to items for tracking. They comprise an antenna, an integrated circuit, and a thin adhesive substrate.

The integrated circuit has enough memory to store information about a particular item. Once the sticker is attached on the item, it will allow tracking and easy identification.

RFID stickers are printable using a special RFID printer. They are common in car tracking and identification.

RFID stickers use to tag your inventory and other expensive items to enable tracking. It performs the same duty as any other RFID tag. It has an RFID antenna and an integrated circuit for data storage. 

The data stored in the chip’s memory space can be transferred to an RFID reader using radio waves. RFID stickers are printable using an RFID printer. 

Using the sticker is easy and straightforward. It comes with an adhesive on the inside, and you’ll be required to remove the outer layer and stick it on your asset.

RFID stickers can be attached to any surface. You will be required to remove a transparent or translucent cover to expose the adhesive layer of the tag. Here are some of the major applications of RFID stickers:

  1. Vehicle Identification 

This is the primary use of RFID stickers. The sticker has enough memory where you can save details such as purchase date, vehicle ID, last serviced date, and date of purchase, among other crucial details. Whenever your vehicle comes near an RFID reader, it will display this information for ease of identification. 

This information is particularly important in the following sectors:

  • Car Wash Facilities. Most car wash facilities have an RFID reader. The service providers give their customers RFID stickers that must be attached on the vehicle. This enables cleaners to read about the condition of the car and the owner’s preferences before embarking on cleaning. Some of the details that can be saved in such stickers include the last visit day, the owner’s preference on level/type of cleaning, and frequency of cleaning.
  • Tolling Stations. RFID stickers can be used in making toll payments, flagging overweight vehicles, and identifying defaulters. Toll stations are strategically fitted with RFID readers that capture the details of every car that is fitted with an RFID sticker. The tag can also be linked to bank details to enable automatic payment of toll fees. 
  • Car Dealerships. When dealing with many vehicles, it is difficult to memorize the specifications for each car. To save you from this hassle, you can write the details of each car on an RFID sticker and attach it to the corresponding car. In this case, you will easily retrieve all the details of the car by scanning the RFID sticker! 
  1. Vehicle Tracking

Security is a concern of many vehicle owners. It is particularly critical when vehicles are placed in the transportation industry. In such scenarios, the owner will only be comfortable if they can get regular updates about the state of their cars. 

RFID stickers offer one of the most practical vehicle tracking solutions. To apply this technology, you will be required to buy an RFID sticker, write your car details on it, and stick it on a strategic surface of your car. You should then link it to your messaging system to ensure that you get details about it whenever the tag is scanned. 

  1. Estimating Delivery Times

Long-distance trucks deliver goods to specific buyers. Due to the high value of consignments, buyers and sellers have the urge to know the location and expected time of arrival of the trucks. 

One of the surest tracking technologies is the use of RFID stickers. Whenever these trucks pass through a toll fitted with RFID readers, the owner will get the timestamp. As such, they will be able to estimate the location of the truck as well as the expected time of delivery. 

  1. Inventory Management 

RFID stickers offer a relatively inexpensive method of product identification and inventory management. You can stick them on each of your products thus allowing flawless checkout and easy tracking of orders. 

To achieve this, you will need to have an RFID reader. Whenever any object is flashed past the reader, it will reveal the item’s tracking details such as purchase date, number of items remaining on stock, batch number, and expiry date among others.

This system ensures that you do not understock or overstock. Additionally, the system ensures that you notice short expiry items for ease of disposal. 

  1. Track Visitors Entry And Exit 

Some countries such as Japan and Norway have included an RFID tag on passports to store information about visitors. Such details are essential since they heighten security by monitoring who enters or leaves a country. 

RFID stickers are particularly useful since they are thin and can be made using a transparent substrate. This makes it easy for them to be attached to the passport without affecting its readability/ usage. 

RFID stickers and labels are often used to mark inventory or expensive assets to achieve RFID tracking. Each label contains an RFID chip and antenna, which can be printed or pre-printed and can be quickly pasted to improve work efficiency.

The working principle of RFID sticker is the same as that of RFID tag. The RFID reader antenna supplies power to the tag through radio waves to achieve the effect of data interaction.

Generally, the reading range of high-frequency and low-frequency rfid sticker is 0-10cm, using high-power readers can reach 1-2m, UHF RFID sticker tags can read up to 12 meters, but UHF tags are most susceptible to interference.

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