|Hardware | Tag | Passive Tag |
|RFID tagging for grain bags|
I am looking for a solution using RFID. My client manages grain
storage depots through agents; they have experiencing thefts grain
I am therefore looking for a cost-effective RFID-enabled solution for
The solution must have or provide the following (approximate):
1) Cheap RFID passive tags (in millions) to tag grain bags
2) Thousands of fixed tag readers, some will be deployed in rural
areas with no electricity!
These readers should have capacity to store stock tracking data.
3) Easily configurable middleware – open source database preferable.
4) Any other cost-effective features recommended by the vendor
would be welcome.
Hoping to hear from you soon.
julien.shabani [at] mphzm.com
|Question last updated on February 22, 2012, 02:49 AM|
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|by Addison2761, Shabani|
You have many challenges
1) You are looking for passive RFID tags. So you basically can rule out the option to use LF and HF type of tags as the reading distance is too short. You only left UHF tag. You mention it is used in rural area. So I am assuming the area could be quite big. To make RFID tracking work, you need to have RFID readers at every possible exit at least.
2) RFID readers need electricity. Some may have battery. The cost of battery powered tag can be significantly expensive especially if you want tags in millions.
Therefore, it is quite difficult to make it work using RFID.
|Answer last updated on February 22, 2012, 03:42 AM||
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