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Can RFID Tags Work inside Metal?

Traditionally, metallic material has been troublesome for RFID. The challenge of designing a RFID tag to perform on a metallic surface has largely been solved. But now, the technology exists to embed an RFID tag in a metal asset, and it is available from Xerafy

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RFID Benefits and Challenges for Industrial Tool Tracking

RFID can substantially improve both he accuracy and effectiveness of tool tracking, reducing the substantial costs of tool replacement, lost productivity and customer disappointment.

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Facility Management Feat. RFID

In the dynamic world of construction, coordination is top priority. Inclusive in a construction site manager’s daily tasks are the ordering, receiving, handling and distribution of raw material. The solution presented here, utilizes RFID to link the actual physical work to the information flow.

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RFID for High Temperature and Demanding Applications

This whitepaper addresses applications where RFID tags will face high temperatures, autoclave processes, harsh cleaning cycles, and automotive manufacturing processes.

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