RFID tag in car

The use of RFID in car are access control, vehicle identification, vehicle tracking.

Access Control – The ability to allow or deny access based on a vehicle having a specific RFID tag is a valuable way to provide a building or parking lot an enhanced level of security. These systems keep out unauthorized vehicles that would otherwise take up space and deters individuals from entering a secure building or lot. Thousands of RFID vehicle access control applications are operative in apartment/housing complexes, secure parking lots, construction yards, etc.

Vehicle Identification – The ability to identify a vehicle and access information about it by reading its RFID tag is a beneficial for companies like car rental agencies, car dealerships, and even car wash facilities. With the addition of software, these companies can pull up car records or purchases by just reading the car’s unique RFID tag. Rental companies and dealerships could have several cars on the lot that are nearly identical, so the unique RFID tag provides them with vehicle identification without trying to find and compare multiple VINs. Car washes (and other companies using car servicing as a business model) can use RFID to uniquely identify cars to enhance loyalty programs and automate transactions. Additionally, states and localities use RFID systems to automate tolling charges and keep traffic flowing more smoothly for those participating in the program.

Vehicle Tracking – Tracking a vehicle while it is traveling hundreds or thousands of miles is not a capability of UHF RFID; but, if checkpoints are set up along the route, the location of the vehicle can be estimated based on when it passes each one. This is being done throughout the nation at large truck weigh stations along major interstates. When 18-wheelers are weighed, their RFID tags are read to pinpoint location and can also be used to document the journey. For companies or persons interested in tracking vehicles in real-time and without setting up expensive infrastructure, vehicle GPS tags are a better solution.

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Passive UHF RFID Tags OPP9020 for Industrial and Data Center Applications

OPP IOT, a leading manufacturer of premium-grade frequency control and signal conditioning components, introduces the Long range passive UHF RFID tags OPP9020 designed for use on multiple surface materials including metal.

The passive UHF RFID tags OPP9020 incorporate Alien H3 IC’s, 512 bits of user memory, and 96 bits of EPC, complying with the IS0 18000-6C/ EPC Class1 Gen2 protocol. The superior RFID tags operate at 902-928MHz in US and 865-868MHz in EU, and have read ranges up to 10.8 meters.

Passive UHF RFID Tags OPP9020 are exceedingly suitable for asset tracking applications in industrial, cloud computing, heavy machinery, and the transportation sector.

The Passive UHF RFID Tags OPP9020, optimized for metal, provides a robust solution for high volume tracking with faster data rates and longer read ranges. The high-grade UHF RFID tags are ideal for tracking big packages that often have to endure rugged, industrial conditions.

OPP IOT’s UHF passive RFID tags OPP9020 are preferred worldwide across all major industry segments including manufacturing and distribution, law enforcement and defense, data centers, and other infrastructural facilities.

Embedding RFID technology into the design adds significant value as it leverages top class benefits especially in supply chain management, material management, pipeline management, and a variety of critical applications.

OPP IOT’s high-frequency UHF RFID tags deliver unmatched performance levels in applications like real time location services (RTLS), IoT, oil and gas, industrial asset management, transportation, automotive manufacturing, server, and cloud-based applications.

Future UHF RFID technology development trend

For the increasingly sophisticated UHF RFID technology, the future development of ultra-high frequency RFID technology is how it? In April 2016, the world’s largest RFID industry, Alien’s global product manager Mr. Ouquan “retail industry RFID application difficulties and core technology analysis” as the title of their own views, pointed out that the future development of UHF RFID technology has three main directions: Positioning, encryption, sensor integration.
It is noteworthy that, in the fast-growing market expectations, China’s UHF RFID market there are still some constraints. Over the past two years, ultra-high frequency electronic label prices fell rapidly, but from the RFID chip and including readers, electronic tags, middleware, system maintenance and other overall costs, UHF RFID system prices are still high, and the project Cost is an important indicator of the end-user trade-off investment income.

What industries are using metal mount tags?

metal mount tags
metal mount tags

RFID on metal tags are perfect for asset and tool tracking in medical devices for healthcare, laptops & servers in IT (information technology), industrial manufacturing, oil & gas pipelines, vehicle tracking identification, and many other industry verticals. With the recent developments in RFID technology, the possible applications of metal mount RFID tags are expansive in scope.

ATT5557 chips in access control system

While as technology developed, the traditional EM4100 chip is no longer worked well, because the ID number could be easily duplicated, which make its safety severely be doubted.

Then ATA5557 chips emerged in the stage, it is a chip with pin code embedded, which allow user to set up the password for safety concerns.

To better protect the password, this T5557 chip also adopt a interesting settings, which if the password misread for over 3 times, the chip will permanently locked and can not be used any more.

The market’s response is so appreciated that access control systems based on T5557 chips rapidly occupy the market.

OPP IOT Everest Series passive UHF RFID tags

Everest Series passive UHF RFID tags
Everest Series passive UHF RFID tags

Everest Series are passive UHF RFID tags are designed for use on multiple surface materials including metal. These tags are passive, have read ranges from 280cm to 1080cm and incorporate Alien H3 IC’s with 96 bits of EPC and 512 bits of user memory. The tags operate at 902-928MHz in us,865-868MHz in Eu and comply with the IS0 18000-6C/EPC Class1 Gen2 protocol. Key attributes of on metal tags are long read range, robustness, ability to operate over wide temperature ranges and their ability to be attached to metal objects unlike film tags.

The OPP IOT Everest series tags are ideal for asset tracking applications in industrial, heavy machinery, cloud computing, and transportation segments. Abracon also offers antennas for customers that prefer to use their own RFID IC.

More view http://www.oppiot.com/products.html#everest

RFID Application in Access Control

UHF RFID tags for employee access control systems is being used world-wide. There are many areas in which UHF RFID tags are carried by people to allow them to gain access to facilities or services:
• Secure access to work place and residential complexes
• Controlled access to dangerous/secure equipment including vehicles and public transport
• Access to leisure and recreational facilities such as gymnasiums and sports clubs

OPP IOT Technologies produces UHF RFID tags in a wide variety of physical form factors to suit different deployment requirements. The most common form factor is a flat plastic card the same size as a credit card, often used as an access control pass to gain access to office buildings or other secure areas. Key fob tags are also quite common, designed to be attached to a key ring so they’re always handy for operating access control systems. In some cases, reusable or disposable wristbands are also used for personal identification and check-in at events.

Usage of UHF RFID tags for access & security not only allow higher measures of safety and security, but also help maintain better data records and control of monetary payments wherever involved.

High Temperature RFID Tags & Metal RFID Tags

High temperature environment? Curved surface? Underground? Need to RFID tag metal or liquid? In addition to our standard metal tags, we offer RFID tags that work in special-needs situations. Need an RFID tag that is super heat-resistant, acid-resistant or micro size? We have those too. We offer 10 different types of RFID tags – each one designed to meet a specific purpose.

Review the product chart below to find which RFID tag is right for your RFID application. Join POSCO, Samsung, LG, Korea Data, and US government contractors. Choose our high temperature RFID tags for your tagging needs. Join our clients who are already using our RFID tags to improve inventory management and supply chain management systems.

Our high temperature RFID tags are the preferred choice when you need an RFID tag that can withstand extreme high temperature conditions, be water resistant and chemical resistant.

High Temperature RFID Tag Features
* Ability to read UHF tags even on metal or liquid objects
* Strong signal capacitance even when surrounded by metal objects and structures
* Underground RFID tag has a read range of 50cm
* Other RFID tags have read range of 3-7m, depending on the model
* RFID Tags work in 900MHz
* Multi protocol support (EPC Class 0/0+, EPC Class 1, ISO 18000-6B / Ucode 1.19, Gen 2)
* Can be deployed in RFID networks of varying frequencies
* Made of ABS plastic, Teflon or compound depending on model

High Temperature RFID Tag Applications
* Inventory management for metals, liquids, and other valuable items
* Used for sheet metal, iron, and steel supply management
* RFID tagging of bags at airport facilities
* Air cargo ULD tracking
* Garment RFID tagging for retail stores
* Vehicle parts RFID tagging for real-time information
* Toxic waste dump tracking
* Weapon RFID tracking tags
* Used in correctional institutions for RFID tagging of inmate belongings, supplies
* Casino chip RFID tags
* Landmark and Surveyors RFID tags
* Outdoor RFID tags
* Tree RFID tags
* Inventory management for laboratory and medical equipment
* Autoclave Applications
* Hotel and institutional laundry RFID tags

what is EMV?

EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa, a global standard for inter-operation of integrated circuit cards and IC card capable point of sale terminals and automated teller machines, for authenticating credit and debit card transactions.

It is a joint effort initially conceived between Europay, MasterCard and Visa to ensure the security and global interoperability of chip based payment cards. Europay International SA was absorbed into MasterCard in 2002. The standard is now defined and managed by the public corporation EMVCo LLC. JCB joined the organization in December 2004, and American Express joined in February 2009. In May 2013 China UnionPay was announced as its latest member with UnionPay now having an equal 1/5 interest in the standards body along with Visa, MasterCard, American Express and JCB. IC card systems based on the EMV specification are being phased in across the world, under names such as “IC Credit” and “Chip and PIN”.

The EMV standards define the interaction at the physical, electrical, data and application levels between IC cards and IC card processing devices for financial transactions. There are standards based on ISO/IEC 7816 for contact cards, and standards based on ISO/IEC 14443 for contactless cards.