Recently, Mr. Li, the person in charge of archives management of a public institution in Beijing, learned that RFID technology has been applied in the archives of multiple units. Currently, he wants to use a batch of RFID smart filing cabinets to manage the important archives of his unit. So I found several RFID manufacturers through online inquiry and chose to cooperate with Broadradio. At present, I have purchased a sample cabinet and went back to test.
First, let's understand the application advantages of RFID technology in file management:
RFID is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency signals to automatically identify target objects and obtain relevant data. It has long-distance, batch reading, and can identify label information in static and moving states. Compared with the traditional automatic identification technology represented by barcodes, RFID application solutions in file management have very obvious advantages:
1. Quick scan
RFID readers can identify multiple RFID electronic tags at the same time, which is the key to RFID's ability to improve management efficiency. Multi-tag identification means that the information of inbound and outbound files can be obtained in batches in a faster manner.
2. Small size and diversified shapes
RFID does not need to match the fixed size and printing quality of the paper for reading accuracy. It is more suitable for the development of miniaturization and diversified forms. It can be easily embedded or attached to the file, that is, it is not easy to be damaged, and it is also safer.
The data stored in the RFID electronic tag can be dynamically updated, can be recycled and used multiple times. In the file management project, an electronic tag is bound to a file bag. During the entire circulation process of the file, even if the business process of the file changes, Electronic tags can also modify information in real time to adapt to new business processes and use them repeatedly to achieve more efficient management with lower implementation costs.
4. Penetration and unobstructed reading
RFID can easily penetrate non-metallic materials such as paper, wood and plastic for penetrating communication, which also creates conditions for batch reading of files.
Mr. Li understands the superiority and necessity of rfid technology to realize the intelligent management of archives, and the professional requirements of the cooperative rfid companies are very strict. Broadradio has more than 10 years of experience in rfid hardware product design and development, and has recently independently developed and designed rfid. The intelligent positioning file cabinet is an intelligent product that supports EPC C1 G2 (ISO18000-6C) protocol, applies RFID technology, and is connected to the back-end database to realize precise positioning, intelligent access, automatic inventory, real-time monitoring and other functions of archives. . The 10.1-inch touch screen is installed on the front, the operation interface is simple, and the file information can be quickly inquired. You can choose to log in by swiping card, fingerprint, face recognition, etc., with surveillance cameras and voice prompts, making file management more secure, smart, and efficient. Our professional sales engineer recommended this product to Mr. Li. He was very interested and immediately placed an order and ordered a filing cabinet to go back to test. After field testing, the product basically met its requirements, and immediately decided to cooperate with us.
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