CMRFID has revolutionized Tire industry

These days Radio frequency identification is being deployed rapidly in a growing number of tire industry processes and will deliver more transparency, fewer rejected tires and production failures and better control of materials.
It has been around three years that CMRFID Technology CO. is investigating new technologies to support their clients’ production processes and to collect more data per process step for individual tires. CMRFID has emerged as the answer to the industry’s problem over the past few years. RFID technology has changed the tire industry by supporting improvement of the overall quality of individual tires.
Decision making with CMRFID Tire tag and the solution has become much more efficient and intelligent.
An RFID chip, or tag, is equipped with an antenna. This antenna mostly is applied on a carrier such as a PET, polypropylene, paper or, in case of tires, sometimes rubber or dipped mesh materials. The ultra-high frequency class one Gen2 has been certified as the world standard for passive (without a battery) RFID tags.
CMRFID comprehensive RFID solution contains the RFID tag, software and a handheld or stationary reader including antennas. When a tag passes the reading field of an antenna, it reads the tag and sends the unique identification number back to the system. This can be a speedy process with up to 300 of these identifications per second.
Compared to identification with bar code scanner, there are a range of benefits as below;
There is no line-of-sight needed between the reader and the tag. Identification can occur in bulk, up to 150 tires in one scan. And the distance from which RFID tags can be read is more flexible than for bar codes, from zero up to several feet.
The tire industry recognizes these benefits and several solutions based on RFID technology have been defined in the past few years.
To be continued.

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