What Are RFID Tags

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Standard RFID Tag

It comes as no surprise, we humans are fallible. We forget what’s in our closets. We misplace our cell phones. We’d lose our heads if they weren’t attached!

Such fallibility is unfortunate in our personal lives, but it can be much worse for our companies.

But, then modern technology comes to the rescue.

RFID Wristbands For Event Management

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RFID Wristbands

In diverse ways, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology is emerging worldwide as the "in" thing in event management. Metalcraft is at the forefront of the surge. Whether an individual is hosting a music festival, purveying tickets at a water park, managing a multi-day, multi-session conference or orchestrating any other large group affair, choosing RFID technology can enhance the event on multiple levels.

School Inventory Made Easier Utilizing RFID Tracking

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School Inventory Tracking

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that you often hear about and how it holds great promise for a lot of applications and systems throughout everyday life.  Even though it has been around since WWII, it's only been in recent decades have RFID systems have spread silently into most aspects of public and private life including school districts.

RFID Antennas & Detuning - The RFID Tag Industry Advances

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RFID Antennas

Be aware of the inherent conflict between the technical requirements of the application and budget constraints of your company. Buying a slightly cheaper tag may cost your company significant problems with the economic costs of rework and re-reading the tags because the RFID tag/label does not quite meet all of the application's criteria. Another pitfall is under-defining the application's criteria or under-testing the tags in the real application environment in large enough numbers to draw a valid test result and make a wise business decision.

RFID Tracking Technology Is Keeping Your Kids Safe

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RFID Protecting Students

Already college campuses throughout North America are experimenting with RFID technology as a means of keeping track of the whereabouts of their students, at least while on campus. With the ever-prevalent threat of theft and assault on college, as well as several infamous campus shootings in recent years, some colleges have squared away sizable budgets to keep track of their student body, moment-by-moment, in the event of a crisis or necessary evacuation.

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