RFID & NFC technologies are electronic serialization technologies for contactless Track & Trace
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology uses an electronic chip connected to an antenna to communicate with a reader.
In the case of the passive RFID, it is the reader which will supply the chip with energy via an electromagnetic field.
The amount of data stored on the chip may vary depending on the memory size. For economic reasons, it is preferable to use chips with the minimum memory capacity and to store all data in a remote information system.
RFID are readable from a distance and through materials that do not block or absorb waves.
Prooftag offers RFID tunnels of its own design to read collectively and isolated from the environment a set of products packed in a closed package.
We privilege RFID for projects requiring traceability with a high level of performance.
To manage product track and trace in connection with readers and reading tunnels on production/packaging/logistics lines
NFC (Near Field Communication) technology uses the waves emitted by your cell phone to activate a contactless chip.
As the phone passes by, the chip is activated and sends back to the phone standardized information that the phone is able to interpret.
After insertion into the label, the chip is programmed with a URL and a serialized reference linking it to its online identity card. This unitary identification makes it possible to create a link between industrial and commercial traceability data.
NFC are readable at short distances and through materials that do not block or absorb waves.
Prooftag offers you an NFC tunnel of its own design to read collectively and isolated from the environment a set of products packaged in a closed package.
We favour NFC for projects requiring interactivity with consumers while requiring product tracking in a closed package.