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ActiveWave systems use RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification technology. Radio

frequency (RF) technology is commonly used to transmit and receive information
without wires. A wide variety of electronic devices such as television, radio, and
wireless telephone use radio frequency technology to transmit or receive

ActiveWave RFID solutions use modern wireless technologies to help your business
track inventory and equipment. An ActiveWave RFID system is composed of an RFID
reader; a standard Windows based PC, and RFID tags or transponders. The RFID tag
is attached or placed inside of the equipment or inventory. ActiveWave RFID tags
contain microelectronic circuits that store product information. The tags transmit
this information to a remote RFID reader.

Whether you are concerned with tracking inventory in a warehouse or maintaining a

fleet of vehicles, there is a clear need for a fully automated data capture and
analysis system that will help you keep track of your valuable assets and

ActiveWave RFID technologies provide unique solutions to difficult logistical tracking

of inventory or equipment- particularly in applications where optically based
systems fail and when read/write capabilities are required. The technology is stable,
and evolving, with open architectures becoming increasingly available.

The disadvantage of barcode scanners when it comes to change is referencing

change to the work place. Many organizations that have been in business for many
years have really tweaked their processes and have many employees that have
been trained and know the current way of doing things. Well, to keep up with the
competitive nature of business, change must be a part of the plan. Adding barcode
scanning capabilities is really not that big of a change. If you think about it, the
scanner really only writes the data for the employee. So, it really does not change
much, it just makes the process easier and employees usually embrace it. Really,
who likes to hand right everything anyway?

Now we are down to the last issue of durability as a disadvantage of barcode

scanners. Today, barcode scanners are designed for all kinds of environments from
libraries to industrial steel plants. If durability is what you want, take a look at this
workhorse that has been around for over 10 years. It is the Quick Scan 6000, now
replaced by the QS3800. This scanner is known as the Hammer! Over the years it
has been run over by forklifts, dropped from high ladders, covered in ash and it still
keeps scanning. There are many newer models in the market today, but that is an
example on durability in a barcode scanner.

So, now I ask, what are the disadvantages of barcode scanners? If you have any
thoughts that were not covered here, let us know. We are extremely interested in
hearing from you.
Extra Point::


RFID is thought to be highly automatic.RFID, as an attractive and relatively effective

technology, is widely and successfully used in manufacturing process. RFID, Long read range,
Portable database, Tracking people, items, and equipment in realtime.It there is a clear
need for a fully automated data capture and analysis system that will help
you keep track of your valuable assets and equipment.


All of these procedures are finished manually. But errors are likely to occur for the workers are
easily bothered or interfered by mood, spirit, and tiredness, etc.