Vehicle or Human Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Chip
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RAMP is Australia's leading RFID Chip, Tag & Reader vendor, Software Developer and Systems Integrator, specialising in Asset and Vehicle Tracking

RAMP is Australia's leading RFID Chip, Tag & Reader vendor, Software Developer and Systems Integrator, specialising in Asset and Vehicle Tracking | Vehicle or Human Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Chip | Scoop.it
RAMP is Australia’s leading RFID Software Developer and Systems Integrator. We specialise in RFID, asset tracking and vehicle tracking.
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What is the Difference between Barcode and RFDI?

What is the Difference between Barcode and RFDI? | Vehicle or Human Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Chip | Scoop.it

Before looking at the differences between barcode and RFDI, an example of each technology has been included below to demonstrate how each is used. Although the way they function is very different, barcode and RFDI technology are both useful for inventory management and other applications. A quick note about terminology. RFDI stands for Radio Frequency Data Identification or Radio Frequency Data Identifier. It is more commonly referred to as RFIDwhich stands for Radio Frequency Identification, or less commonly, Radio Frequency Identification Device.

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What is an RFID Tag?

What is an RFID Tag? | Vehicle or Human Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Chip | Scoop.it

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology uses small electronic tags as wireless identification devices. Passive RFID tags require no standard power source, but rather use an antenna to pick up just a little bit of power and transmit a response back to a receiver. The technology dates back to at least 1945, but it has only begun to achieve popularity and financial feasibility in the first years of the 21st century.

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What is the Meaning of Radio-Frequency Identification and Its Uses?

What is the Meaning of Radio-Frequency Identification and Its Uses? | Vehicle or Human Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Chip | Scoop.it
There are many reasons why we need RFID when we have our own business especially in tracking either with vehicle or asset and even people. We will be focusing more on the top reasons why we need RFID chip.
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Radio-Frequency Identification - Its Meaning and Functions

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from a ta...
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