Pharmaceutical and nutraceutical labels: provide item-level tracking for inventory, anti-counterfeiting and e-pedigree requirements. When used primarily as an access control tool or where all that is needed is for the RFID to be ‘read’ as a unique ID. Yes, they are trickier to scan, yes, they can potentially be replicated and yes, RFID makes cashless transactions easier, also for basic access control. Plus, you can find a producer that maker CXJ tamper proof RFID tag cheaper than others and making your business more worth it.
Systems involved with RFID are as stable as other systems we use in everyday life, but there is always the risk of them crashing and leaving you high and dry as an event organizer. And with technical developing, many field has change their identification to RFID in recent year. If the IC loses connection with the inlay, the tamper proof RFID tag will no longer transmit.
If an event can take advantage of the opportunities available from sponsors, social media and others to generate the funds necessary to implement an RFID solution, then yes, it is a potentially time saving, revenue generating tool that many events will look to utilize. RFID is a tremendous asset to the event industry, and the identification industry, but not every event can afford it, or feel the need to use it. If you are interested in RFID products, you can visit to find whether there has something you want, we can give you the exceptional prices, contact us now!
Costs have plummeted thanks to more streamlined manufacturing processes for the chips/inlays themselves, but most importantly, because developers have come up with cost effective programs through which RFID solutions can run. Added to this the new generation of NFC-enabled, and this leads to a whole new situation where events can realistically begin to consider RFID as a viable solution. Within the event environment, a soft epoxy nfc disc tag enabled can actually encode and scan an tamper proof RFID tag, therefore removing the need for expensive hardware and dedicated RFID scanners that cannot be used for anything else.
Used within the logistics industry to track stock, each RFID chip has a unique ID number that can be assigned, in the event world, to an individual patron and, in theory, allow an event organizer to track the activities of that patron. At one recent festival, a manufacturer sponsored a scanning station where patrons could scan by RFID tags to enter the draw. For the organizer, these opportunities for sponsors can be sold as part of a sponsorship package, along with having a logo on the RFID product.