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Polish Post Completes RFID Testing at Distribution Center
ProxiGroup's UHF RFID system may next be installed across all distribution sites, in order to make parcel shipping more efficient, as well as boost customer satisfaction.
Polish Post tested the system's effectiveness with a stopwatch, manually timing when each parcel physically entered and left an area, and then matching that measurement with the ProxiTrak system. In some cases, Shull says, the results matched within a millisecond. "It was quite a big surprise for them that it worked so well," says Sękowska, who was personally on hand for the entire pilot.
Eliminating the manual scanning process, Dulniak predicts, will help employees to gain efficiency in sorting and managing parcels, boost their speed and thereby increase service quality and customer satisfaction. "Tests... indicate the possibility of using technology based on RFID-enabled processes related shipments," he says.
According to Shull, ProxiGroup excels at building a system within a matter of days that can be easily expanded. "You don't need a third-party site survey team," he asserts. Instead, users can simply install a reader, drag an antenna icon to a particular zone in the software, synchronizing the virtual and physical infrastructure, and then let the software configure the read data accordingly. This also makes it easy to deploy a system across multiple geographic sites, Shull adds, and to manage the data from a remote location by simply accessing the cloud-based server.
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