RFID in Vehicle Tracking
There have two type of RFID sensor tags OPP087 and OPP130 with long reading distance from OPPIOT technologies . the out shell of these product is PC material. And this out shell can be weather-proof, UV resistant and equipped with a theft protection, ensuring the designated usage. Maximum safety is provided,the Operation Temperature: -30°С to +70°С for these ,so these tags can be widely utilized in airports, gated communities, truck and bus terminals, employee parking lots etc.
metal mount rfid tags allow systems to identify vehicles to be electronically identified from meters away. Vehicles can be checked out automatically, along with an identified load. They can be checked back in again just as easily.
Developing RFID vehicle tracking systems has challenges because of the need for the system to deal with moving tags long distance RFID tags and tags on metal vehicles. However, with our company’s technician help, RFID tag components can provide a reliable way of identifying a wide range of vehicles, locating them to a particular site or to a particular area within a site.
In the phase of transportation, asset tracking tags for asset management is crucial to ensuring that the logistics of transporting goods go without problems. RFID Vehicle tracking can be used for a business to keep track of all their mobile assets, be they tractors, trailers, semis, or construction equipment. RFID tracking will give the company a holistic overview of the deployment of their vehicles and assets, and give the ability to dispatch vehicles more efficiently. RFID tags can automatically alert security if someone is in an unauthorized zone, a truck driver breaks from a set route, a shipment or pallet of goods is moved without authorization, and more.
Major assets for transportation and distribution, like semi-trucks, must undergo safety inspections before they are allowed on the road. Regulatory compliance, or the standard that trucks must be held to before passing inspection, dictates that trucks must have a specific tire pressure, tread level, and more.
These safety inspections are not only vital for the well-being of the other drivers on the road, but for the company that is distributing their goods with semi-trucks. With RFID technology, it can be ascertained and recorded that a truck has passed all maintenance, and an electronic record of inspections can be kept. This leads to an overall higher level of safety for the company, avoiding any breakdowns on the road and helping the lifespan of the vehicle.
In the transportation phase of the supply chain, insurance of both vehicles and the company that deploys them is vital. With the ability to read and write new information on an RFID tag, the company can record real time location and status on a vehicle. In the case of a breakdown, the data on the RFID tag can be used as proof to the insurance company of passing the safety inspection.