You may be familiar with RFID technology. It’s already everywhere. When you buy sport shoes online, clothes in your favorite shop, borrow books from a library, RFID is used to track these assets.
RFID, Radio Frequency Identification, as well as largely applied in different fields, is now highly developed. According to its frequency, we talk about low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), ultra-high frequency (UHF). HF RFID of 13.6MHz occupies more than 70 percent of the market and is used for distance between 0.1-1m.
RFID technology can be easily implemented. For instance, let’s imagine that below is a showroom of your latest products. Products attached with RFID tags are then put on pallets made by PCBs with RFID antenna integrated. When a client picks a product up, the control system can detect that the object is moved away from the pallet. This allows us to know which products attract people’s interest the most as we know exactly how often clients pick them up to look at them. It can make a fantastic difference if product related information shows up on a giant screen at the very moment when the client picks the product up.