RFID and barcodes solve similar tasks: read and collect data. What are the main differences between the RFID and barcodes?
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RFID — Radio Frequency Identification — is used to tag and track items, people and animals. Just as a barcode, the RFID is also read, but without the need for line of site or human intervention!
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What does 2017 hold in the world of labels and packaging? We believe it is going to be an exciting year, with brands looking to provide added value to their customers and convertors looking to provide greater efficiencies to the brands through innovation, primarily in the form of “Smart Labeling”.
High quality printed tickets will always be sought after by collectors, and can receive premium pricing for the service. But what we believe at Labelink to be the next evolution of the printed ticket…is RFID technology.
RFID at its core is about the ability process information, using the power of radio frequencies, in an automated fashion.
Labelink RFID is now able to provide a full color graphic experience to your RFID solution. Not only will you get the full power of the data capabilities on an RFID chip, you will also get the full power of graphics!