CIG News – Impinj Introduces Future-Proofed RAIN RFID Reader For Logistics Operations. News provided by Benzinga Tech, The tech sector is the category of the markets relating to the research & development and/or distribution of technological based services as well as goods.
Impinj, the RAIN RFID solutions provider, has unveiled the Impinj R700 reader, which is expected to further enhance track-and-trace and asset management capabilities in logistics operations. RAIN RFID is a battery-free, wireless technology that can communicate with up to 1,000 items per second without line of sight.
Businesses leveraging RAIN RFID technology can connect relevant items within warehouses — like pallets, boxes, totes, clothing and perishable goods — to the Internet and gather real-time data about those things. Real-time insights into warehousing operations is critical for optimization, helping businesses take action at the right place and the right time.
The benefit of RFIDs is the way they can phase out several processes that today are handled manually. With RFIDs, goods and assets can be tracked as they move in and out of a facility, delivering visibility, creating confirmation or exception alerts, and initiating workflows — processes that are entirely automated.
Content verification is possible, with inventories being identified and validated during the packing or pallet build process, ensuring the content is in line …
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