Industrial track and trace: choosing the technology that measures up to your application demands

Supplied by on Tuesday, 11 March, 2014

Barcode/2d matrixes were commonly used to monitor and track processes and store product information. As more and more data is associated with a given product, manufacturers are seeking a more sophisticated solution - radio frequency identification (RFID) - for enhanced visibility throughout the chain of distribution.

Track and trace technologies are designed to identify issues or inconsistency early in production to promote customer retention and cost savings on inventory, labour and replacement products. This white paper provides a detailed comparison between RFID and vision identification technologies.

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