RFID can be used for this application as a way to
improve the management of important document files in
industries like insurance and legal where the loss of
such files can cause severe problems. RFID improves the
tracking of documents so that files can be more quickly
located and legal document workflow more easily tracked.
Each file is tagged with a smart label that contains a
unique ID and human readable information. The file
description is entered into a database along with its
tracking number. The file can be assigned certain
parameters like expiration date, permitted movement, and
persons authorized to see it. Over time the database can
build up an audit trail of the handling and workflow
history of each document file. Employees can locate a
file by entering a request in their desktop PC.
The expansion of worldwide trade, the web marketplace
explosion, and growing business-to-business e-commerce
only means that criminals have growing opportunities for
counterfeiting and fraud.
Combating these problems effectively requires
identification technology that is cost-effective to use,
yet prohibitively expensive to copy. Smart labels are
used in the manufacturing of expensive branded
merchandise, where they are embedded directly into
products such as clothing and designer goods to provide
authentication through the supply chain. Smart labels
can also be embedded into items like printer ink
cartridges to ensure that only the correct consumable
replacements are used in equipment.
Express Parcel ID
Manufacturers and express delivery firms can accurately
track individual items throughout all stages of the
supply chain network. using smart labels. Leading label
converters who serve this industry have integrated smart
labels into standard label stock. When the parcel label
is created in a printer, the smart label is programmed
with pertinent information such as tracking number,
sender/receiver, and final destination while a bar code
and human readable information are printed. Labels can
be updated at any point; parcels can be re-routed while
in transit; and multiple packages can be read at
conveyor speeds of up to 2 meters per second.
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