• Improving food safety and inventory with RFID label
    Improving food safety and inventory with RFID label Apr 15, 2022
    Chipotle Mexican Grill, the world's leading restaurant chain, announced the use of RFID to improve food safety and inventory Recently, Chipotle Mexican Grill, a world-renowned restaurant chain, announced that it will deploy RFID tags in its stores around the world. Chipotle is now one of the first major restaurant companies to use RFID tags to track ingredients from suppliers to restaurants through serialization, improving food safety in their supply chains. Printable UHF rfid label with 860-960Mhz frequency and fully is compliance with Gen 2 Class 1 & ISO 18000-6C protocol , which has uniqie ID and EPC area can programm , you can custom size and shape according to your food outer box dimension also printing your texts or logo top . Using handset UHF reader can scan quickly more 200pcs rfid label with few seconds and greatly saving labor cost and time to check one by one . Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd which is specializing in different kinds of frequency passive rfid sticker label , they are widely use for identification , security traceablity , warehouse and inventroy management , etc . For different working purpose you can chose fitable antenna with good reading distance . "RFID tags transform inventory management into an automated digital feature that optimizes restaurant operations and gives our restaurant service centers real-time access to inventory data," said Scott Boatwright, the company's chief restaurant officer. "This integrated technology is improving the way our restaurant employees work, while also benefiting our supply partners." Chipotle has cooperated with global RFID technology leaders, including RFID software provider Mojix, Avery Dennison, one of the RFID inlay R&D companies, and RFID reader solution provider Zebra Technologies. The company is committed to "integrity food" standards, purchasing more than 35 million pounds of locally grown products throughout 2021. It has spent more than $400 million of its food spending budget on quality ingredients over the past two years. The brand is now further increasing transparency on the direct origin of its ingredients and is working closely with Auburn University's RFID Lab to refine a pilot program that is being tested on meat, dairy and avocados from five Chipotle suppliers. When the food ingredients supplied by the suppliers participating in the test arrive at Chipotle restaurants every day, RFID-enabled tags must be posted on the outer packaging, and all of them must be scanned and inspected by the RFID reader. Store-deployed traceability systems are designed to enable companies to act quickly, efficiently and precisely on food safety and quality issues. At present, some suppliers have begun to implement the RFID technology required by Chipotle, which not only saves suppliers time in inventory management and inventory rotation, but also reduces irreversible errors caused by human error. The restaurant chain invited the supply partners of the main ingredients t...
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  • RFID technology assists self-service in restaurants
    RFID technology assists self-service in restaurants Apr 15, 2022
    Smokin' Oak Wood-Fired Pizza & Taproom is a growing franchise that combines a pizzeria with a self-serve bar wall, offering fast casual dining across the United States. The company operates five stores, and it plans to expand as many as 75 stores over the next few years. The company was originally designed to offer the old-fashioned way of ordering -- with cashiers or bartenders helping out at traditional bars. But the company's Omaha store offers an RFID-enabled self-serve pouring booth. The company's CEO, Matt Mongoven, said the model will be replicated in all subsequent stores. The self-service system utilizes iPourItHF RFID self-pouring technology installed by GS Draft. The franchise opened in 2016 and currently has stores in Rochester, Minnesota, Omaha, Nebraska, and more. In the coming months, the company will open more stores in other states. Of these, Omaha, the first of all of the company's stores to feature a self-filling bar wall, opened in May 2021, and every new store opening thereafter will utilize the same self-serve feature. Mongovern, a former banker, started looking for a career change after living in London for eight years. So he joined the team of his close friend and new partner Linda Black, who came up with the original concept for Smokin' Oak Wood-Fired Pizza. In 2016, they began developing franchises, and in 2019 they looked into self-serve beer technology to further differentiate the customer experience. The original self-catering solution was designed for the 4,400-square-foot Omaha site. "I imagined how cool fast casual would be with pizza and a self-service faucet...so I started looking for companies that would provide that technology," recalls Mungovin, who and Blake started working with iPourIt in spring 2020. Pizza and self-service tap facilities under one roof. When customers arrive, the cashier asks if they would like to use the self-filling bar wall. If they answer "yes", the cashier scans their license, opens the label, and scans the RFID wristband with the restaurant's logo, which has a built-in MIFAREHF RFID chip that transmits at 13.56 MHz, in compliance with ISO15693 standard. The iPourIt software, combined with the restaurant's own software, launches a tag linking to those guests' licenses and wristbands. "If customers have been there before, they'll know what to do; if not, then we have an attendant on duty, especially when it's busy, to guide them through the self-service process," Mungovin said. "The waiter will explain how the taps work. Principle, but guests usually first observe how other people use it. A wide variety of taps, serving beer, wine and mixed cocktails, are popular with customers. They cover all major types of alcohol and can attract a very wide range of people In fact, the best sellers are probably Mai Tais, Old Fashioneds and Margaritas.” Above each tap is an iPourIt LCD screen with a built-in MIFARE 1K RFID reader. Darren Nicholson, iPourIt's vice president of marketing, said the s...
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  • Walmart expands RFID application field, annual consumption will reach 10 billion
    Walmart expands RFID application field, annual consumption will reach 10 billion Apr 02, 2022
    According to RFID Magazine, Walmart USA has notified its suppliers that it will require the expansion of RFID tags into a number of new product categories that will be mandated to have RFID-enabled smart labels embedded in them as of September this year. Available in Walmart stores. It is reported that the new areas of expansion include: consumer electronics (such as TV, xbox), wireless devices (such as mobile phones, tablets, accessories), kitchen and dining, home decoration, bathtub and shower, storage and organization, car battery seven kind. It is understood that Walmart has already used RFID electronic tags in shoes and clothing products, and after expanding the scope of application this year, the annual consumption of RFID electronic tags will reach the level of 10 billion, which is of great significance to the industry. According to different items with different applications , Walmart classify all suppliers match mixed frequency rfid tags for goods , 13.56Mhz rfid or nfc label which loads goods information such as origin ,data of expired ,pricing ,etc , Meanwhile UHF rfid sticker will tap the outer carton for each item and better for warehouse management . As the one of leading rfid manufacturing ,Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd has provided many brand super market customers , system suppliers and security with our rfid products . Our 860-960MHz UHF frequency paper sticker label meets Gen 2 Class 1 and 18000-6C protocol , long range reading and highly sensitivity , You can scan them more 100pcs at same time better for you high efficiency warehouse management and checking situation of each items . As the most successful supermarket in the world to deploy RFID technology, the origin of Wal-Mart and RFID can be traced back to the "Retail Industry System Exhibition" held in Chicago, USA in 2003. At the meeting, Walmart announced for the first time that it would adopt a technology called RFID to eventually replace the currently widely used bar code, becoming the first company to announce an official timetable for adopting the technology. Over the years, Wal-Mart has used RFID in the field of shoes and clothing, which has brought the warehousing link in logistics management into the information age, so that the market circulation and behavior of each commodity can be traced. At the same time, the data information collected in the inventory management system can also be obtained in real time, which simplifies data processing, digitizes and informatizes the entire logistics process, improves logistics management efficiency, and reduces personnel requirements. Not only that, RFID technology also effectively reduces the labor cost of supply chain management, making information flow, logistics, and capital flow more compact and effective, increasing benefits. Based on the success in the field of footwear and apparel, Walmart hopes to expand the RFID project to other departments and categories in the near future, thereby further promoting the...
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  • Hospital adopts HF RFID to identify patients and staff
    Hospital adopts HF RFID to identify patients and staff Apr 02, 2022
    RFID has developed several years and more and more mature in many kinds of applications , it is kinds of wireless data communication technology which it no needs to conntct power and passive working model . We can calssify different frequency and optional rfid chip according to which purpose we will use them .As one of leader rfid manufacturer China , Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd has invested advanced manufacturing equipment and researched different rfid products in different rough environment for meeting now many raising rfid solutions . Our rfid products whatever 125khz ,13.56mhz and 860-960mhz all are provided for our worldwide customers and got good reputation after they finished testing . Especially our unique antenna designs rfid sticker label in medical industry and work out many issues than our traditional barcode technology . Numerous healthcare facilities have been deploying HF RFID technology to address patient safety, medication tracking and equipment hygiene issues to ensure a safe environment for patient care. To meet this need, technology company ELATEC is providing such solutions to help healthcare organizations identify healthcare workers, patients, drugs and assets. The company says its goal is to ensure the proper handling and distribution of products, devices or patient services, and to protect access to patient electronic records. Solutions being used by ELATEC's customers and solution providers include RFID-enabled ward carts to identify healthcare workers and secure patient bed affairs. In addition, the company supports multimedia terminals in each ward that utilize RFID readers to identify patients or healthcare workers, as well as the identification of authorized parties for RFID-based hospital ultraviolet (UV) disinfection systems. At the heart of these solutions are ELATEC's TWN4 series of passive 13.56 MHz HF RFID readers that comply with the ISO 15693 standard. In January 2020, the UV-Concepts system was launched, which complements the cleaning and disinfection process of equipment in hospitals or other medical institutions. These devices incorporate an ELATEC reader to authenticate the identity of each user using the sterilized device. Each tag read creates a digital record of the event. According to U-Concepts co-founder and CEO Jeremy Starkweather, UV-Concepts offers an enclosed UV radiation device called a UV Envelope (UVE) that is currently being used in academic and community hospitals and U.S. government-run medical centers. Since its inception, U-Concepts has installed UV-Concepts systems at around 20 sites. "Using our technology is a significant improvement over standard operating procedures for cleaning and sterilizing equipment in healthcare settings," Starkweather said. Ultraviolet light is effective at killing microbes within UVE units, but the system requires the personnel who use the equipment. To be authorized and clearly identified. Therefore, UVE has a built-in RFID badge reader. Before us...
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  • India's Airlines Use RFID Technology to Manage Emergency Equipment
    India's Airlines Use RFID Technology to Manage Emergency Equipment Apr 02, 2022
    With the improvement of people's quality of life, taking a flight has become a must for many people. However, in recent years, many airlines around the world have repeatedly caused maintenance tools to be left in the cabin due to carelessness, threatening aviation safety (FOD accidents). How to achieve digital and real-time visual management of aviation operation and maintenance MRO management, and map aircraft life cycle monitoring and preventive management through management tools; Efficiency, capital turnover, operation and maintenance costs, and avoidance of potential safety hazards have all become issues that need to be solved urgently for the high-quality development of the aviation industry. Recently, India's Vistara Airlines said that it has reached a cooperation with Irish company ASD to deploy radio frequency identification ( RFID ) technology to scan and manage emergency equipment on its aircraft faster, so as to better manage and Prep. The airline pointed out in the statement that Vistara currently has 49 aircraft - 38 A320, 4 A321neo, 5 B737-800NG and 2 B787-9, before the flight needs to take off, the use of RFID readers can be used in Scanning and inspection of the aircraft can be completed within a few minutes, so as to accurately obtain accurate data and timely information of aircraft emergency equipment. For example, a Boeing 787 passenger aircraft (with 288 life jackets on board) can be equipped with emergency equipment in less than a minute by simply walking down the aisle with a PDA in hand. The statement also said: "Before the use of RFID technology, the inspection of an oxygen generator took an average of 4 man-hours (usually 2 technicians each spend 2 hours), but with RFID technology, it can be easily done within 30 seconds. Finish." Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd  which is specializing in different kinds of rfid products , we have more 10 years experience in factory manufacturing and provide worldwide customers' rfid products with their rfid solutions .This  slim rfid uhf sticker  has good reading distance and high sensitivity , you can request them work in different environment such as plastic material or metal material .  Airline staff only takes one reader can scan more 100pcs uhf sticker same time and save much time on board ,  make sure all emergency equipment are in regular situation and protect people safe in case any errors . We , Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd also produces 13.56MHz NFC products such as nfc wristband , nfc ring and nfc sticker label , nfc badge ,  It also will carefully checks passangers information and short finish the chcecking in by handset nfc reader , Now more and more applications with rfid technology and any interested projects or rfid products please feel free to contact us with info(at)zjiotech.com , thanks in advance .  Statement : Pictures above only show the product ,the intellectual property rights of the logo owned b...
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  • Electric vehicle charging stations expand RFID capabilities for authentication and payment applications
    Electric vehicle charging stations expand RFID capabilities for authentication and payment applications Feb 22, 2022
    With the proliferation of charging stations in the past two years, electric vehicle (EV) charging station companies offering enterprise-grade or public spaces have been looking for NFC RFID solutions to enable fast, maintenance-free smart connections and provide relevant decision-making information, such as loyalty programs. Global RFID company ELATEC reports that the market demand for electric vehicle charging stations with RFID wireless connectivity is growing exponentially. According to Michel van der Meijden, ELATEC's sales manager for Germany, Benelux and the United Arab Emirates, this growth trend started in 2020 and continues to rise. According to a report by Research and Markets, the electric vehicle charging station market in Europe is expected to grow by USD 6.36 billion between 2021 and 2025, including AC charging stations and DC charging stations. The report also noted that most of this growth occurred in Germany, the Netherlands, France and the United Kingdom. Every charging station requires a user authentication or payment system, and there are a variety of technologies to choose from, from magnetic stripes and barcodes to Bluetooth, biometrics and RFID. Established in 1988, ELATEC mainly designs and manufactures RFID readers. The company's global headquarters near Munich, Germany provides technologies for user authentication and access control applications such as secure printing and access control. The company's solutions use a variety of technologies, including Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Recently, the company's technology has gained traction in the electric vehicle charging system market. The company said that in the middle of 2020, the market demand for the company's equipment began to increase, and it was growing rapidly. ELATEC works with OEMs, system integrators to provide its customers with connectivity, authentication and payment systems used in electric vehicle charging stations. Depending on the needs of a given application, users can mix and match the necessary technologies, including LF and HF RFID, as well as NFC or BLE. The company's solutions are used worldwide, and its product line includes the TWN4 MultiTech card reader module, which can read more than 60 card technologies and is globally certified. According to Wolfgang Kratzenberg, ELATEC's sales manager for the central US region, the module can therefore meet a wide variety of applications and requirements. "The flexibility of the reader is the real reason we adapt to these different applications," Krasenberg explained, because many companies already have a "bring your own device" approach. Users can utilize employee cards with LF, HF or NFC connectivity, or a smartphone loaded with an app, Van der Meijerden said. In some cases, businesses use multiple technologies (which may include magnetic stripes, biometrics or barcode scanning) in a single solution to identify individuals charging their vehicles. However, RFID offers advantages that other technologies cann...
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  • Impinj Joins DoseID Alliance to Advance RAIN RFID in Healthcare
    Impinj Joins DoseID Alliance to Advance RAIN RFID in Healthcare Feb 22, 2022
    On February 14, Impinj, a leading global provider of RAIN RFID and Internet of Things pioneer, announced that the company has joined the DoseID Alliance to expand its focus on the application of RAIN Radio Frequency Identification (RAIN RFID) in healthcare and participate in the development of RAIN The standard for RFID healthcare use. DoseID is believed to be the first member-driven industry consortium to use RFID technology in healthcare, with representatives from leading pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers and hospitals. Use serialized medicines with RFID tags to support the quality, performance, and interoperability of tagged medicines in the pharmaceutical supply chain. Today, Impinj works with healthcare providers using its RAIN RFID products to provide solutions that improve patient care, reduce costs and increase efficiency through better asset and inventory management and automated systems to ensure patient and staff safety. Solutions built by Impinj are designed to work within existing healthcare settings, support compliance with procedures and regulations, and make the job of caring for patients easier. "RAIN RFID-based solutions in hospitals and healthcare help organizations focus on caring for their patients. We are excited to join the DoseID Alliance to help advance their healthcare vision," said Megan Brewster, VP of Advanced Technologies at Impinj. "Our RAIN RFID products help healthcare providers operate stably knowing that systems are in place to automate inventory management, track uniforms and linens, simplify patient care and help keep caregivers safe. DoseID enables the healthcare industry to further Standardize the use of RAIN RFID and enable us to continue research and development. "DoseID is delighted that Impinj has joined our alliance to help advance the use of RFID in healthcare while tracking pharmaceutical products, instruments and supplies and improving outcomes," said DoseID President Tim Kress-Spatz. "We look forward to Impinj sharing its knowledge as we advance the DoseID specification further. According to different kinds of medicine package , customer can make custom desgining in antenna for suitable size and match right UHF chip .Shenzhen ZhiJie IOT Application Co.,Ltd provides various kinds of rfid products including 125KHz , 13.56MHz and 860-960MHz frequency . They are widely using for door control access , logistic tracking , identification , cashless payment , medicine ,school ,etc . With rfid technology in different industry and save much more labor operation and cost , it will greatly improve working efficiency and recycle use . You also can print barcode or some serial number on rfid label and match traditional barcode technology will great helpful for many applications . We welcome global customers and make your detailed information will be highly appreciate .  Statement : Pictures above only show the product , the intellectual property rights of the logo owned by their trademark
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  • RFID Tracks Banana Whole Procedure
    RFID Tracks Banana Whole Procedure Feb 22, 2022
    Bartle Frere Bananas, based in Queensland, Australia, uses cellular and RFID-based IoT technology to ensure the sustainability of its farms and increase transparency. The solution, provided by Hitachi Vantara, a digital architecture and solutions company under Hitachi (HITACHI), applies artificial intelligence to data captured from sensors and RFID tags to manage conditions around bananaplantations and throughout the supply chain. Bartle Frere Bananas uses IoT sensors to track data on moisture and nitrate levels, and RFID tags on banana bunches to monitor banana care, harvesting, sorting and shipping. The company's owner and managing director, Gavin Devaney, said the company's goal was to increase productivity while reducing costs and minimising its environmental impact. The Cat M1 cellular IoT technology involved here feeds the data to the cloud, while the UHF RFID tag data is read by a handheld reader. Bartle Frere Bananas is a 30-year-old family-run banana producer that spans generations. The company produces around 250,000 15kg boxes of fruit a year, 60 per cent of which is supplied to grocery chain Aldi, with the remainder distributed to food retailer Woolworths, retailer Coles and an open market for dealers to trade fruit independently. This banana growing farm is located near the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The Great Barrier Reef, the largest and longest coral reef in the world, is highly vulnerable to pollutants run off from agricultural land. Bartle Frere Bananas explained that the company's mission is to grow the fruit sustainably and to protect the local surrounding environment, including coral reefs. To implement the sustainable plan, it participates in a federally funded program called the Australian Government National Land Conservation Program, and has also received funding from Hort Innovation, the Australian Horticultural Innovation Association, to measure nitrate and soil moisture to track the condition of their farms. The company then took it a step further - launching an RFID pilot to track fruit throughout the supply chain. All collected data is managed by Hitchi's Lumada Manufacturing Insights software. The deployment of this project started with the implementation of IoT sensor technology at the plantation. Bartle Frere Bananas contacted Hitachi Vantara in early 2020 to install drainage sensors to monitor nitrates in sediment discharged from the plantation site. Nitrate sensors track not only irrigation but also fertilizer usage in each growing area; solar sensors use edge computing technology to monitor and report nitrate levels in operational pipelines that flow through river systems into the ocean. This is part of the federal government and data-driven smart farming grant program. The IoT system includes humidity sensors that detect irrigation levels, when more watering is needed, and whether there is a risk of overwatering. Up to six sensors are connected to a gateway node, which transmits data to the software over...
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