At a construction site in Newfoundland, the firm will be able to automatically identify the locations of thousands of workers during emergencies, by means of active RFID tags attached to hardhats.
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Listening to companies that have deployed radio frequency identification in your industry is valuable—as is learning from those who have deployed RFID in other sectors.
The German company is tagging its lifting products with HF RFID tags from Neosid, making it easier for RUD to track inventory and manufacturing history, and for its customers to track inspection and maintenance.
The Allied VX-Mid tag incorporates Vizinex's Sentry tag, as well as a rugged encapsulation molded to the tag by Xtreme RFID, to render it impervious to impacts, dirt and fluids, while boasting a read range of about 25 feet.
Atlas RFID's Jovix system is being used to expedite the tracking of materials and tools at industrial construction sites, enabling one customer to reduce its staff by 70 percent.