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Greater Transparency and Security for the Supply Chain
How integrated RFID tags can be used in elastomer components.
Mar 15, 2020—
RFID technology has already reached the mass market in many industries and is widely used. Components made of elastomer, on the other hand, are generally still tracked using traditional methods, especially via paper documents or by means of bar codes. One hundred percent transparency at the unit level can only be achieved via RFID—a challenge that component manufacturers must meet head-on.
Recalls of faulty or vulnerable components are unavoidable. At the same time, however, it is especially important to be able to assign a defective part to a particular batch in order to rework or dispose of only those goods that are affected. To a large extent, this applies in the technical area of parts from suppliers, and especially for any functionally critical applications—for example, in the health-care sector, in which defective or contaminated components for patients can mean the difference between life and death.
Enabling Individual Traceability of Components
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