RFID Structures Including Cabinets, Carts, Portals & Tunnels Provide Automation

Use RFID Structures including cabinets, carts, portals, tables and tunnels to automate workflows in warehouses, supply chains, retails store for inventory tracking and asset management.

RFID Cabinets & Carts

What are RFID Cabinets & Carts?

RFID cabinets and carts are smart structures where RFID readers and antennas are strategically placed inside to optimize key workflows.

Why Use RFID Cabinets & Carts

RFID cabinets and carts can be used to automate inventory and asset management. RFID tagged inventory and assets are placed inside the cabinets. As users remove or add items, traditionally manually workflows can be automated. For example, for inventory management, when an item is removed, an automated order can be placed through a purchasing system.

Retrofit Any Structure

As part of our offerings, we provide the ability and technical expertise to retrofit existing structures to make them RFID enabled. Paired with TagMatiks, you have a full solution to solve various business challenges.

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RFID Portals

What are RFID Portals?

RFID Portals are typically used in warehouses at dock doors to collect RFID tag data from pallets or other goods.

Why use RFID Portals?

RFID Portals are a prefabricated structure that make it easier to mount RFID readers and antennas.

RFID Tunnels

What are RFID Tunnels?

RFID Tunnels are isolated structures that make it easier to do product validation and read RFID labels/ tags in a structured way.

Why use RFID Tunnels?

With the increased sensitivity of RFID labels/ tags, in certain cases, you want to read specific RFID labels/ tags and RFID tunnels make it easier to do that.

RFID Tables

What are RFID Tables?

RFID Tables are tables with an RFID reader and one or more RFID antennas embedded into the structure.

Why use RFID Tables?

RFID tables make it easier to collect information for items that are placed on top of a table. An example is a packaged good with several RFID tagged products. By placing an item on the table, a workflow for pick verification can be automated.

RFID Self Checkout

What is RFID Self Checkout?

RFID Self Checkout structures allow customers to checkout with a frictionless interaction by placing RFID tagged goods into the structure.

Why Use RFID Self Checkout?

An RFID self checkout structure removes the need to individually scan items at self checkout stations, making it easier for consumers and more efficient from process perspective.