Polish solutions provider brings successful RFID projects to Düsseldorf
On User Day of RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow, companies employing RFID and other wireless technologies are put front and centre. Two solutions partners of exhibitor Hadatap present successful RFID use cases in which the Polish solutions provider has been involved.
Register Court in Warsaw Tracks More Than Half a Million Documents With UHF RFID
Piotr Derengiewicz, Managing Director of DG Studio, presents an automated RFID solution for the archive of the Registration Court in Warsaw in the "security & consumer IoT" forum. By tagging more than 500.000 paper files with RAIN RFID labels, deploying RFID gates, smart shelves and handheld readers, the process of accessing files has been accelerated:
“Before, a team of 10 archivists worked 10 to 12 hours a day and it still took between 3 and 5 days to find a file. Today, all files are available within hours.” - Piotr Derengiewicz, Managing Director, DG Studio
Oil company tracks rail wagons throughout its entire network with RFID
More efficiency in railway logistics – Dr. Bartlomiej Gladysz of the Warsaw University of Technology presents an RFID solution for a mineral oil company in the "logistics & supply chain" forum. All wagons used by the company are tagged and scanned by fixed gates installed alongside railway tracks and by man-operated mobile scanners. In conjunction with the GPS technology, RFID also enables tracking of running trains, which translates to increased transport security and streamlines planning of stocks in the distribution network.
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